Buckley Jr., William F.
February 1978
National Review;2/3/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p172
The article comments on the possible candidates of the United States presidential elections. The prospective candidates for the highest political position in the country were Jerry Brown who was a cast in the description of a Rockefeller and Nixon, the titular leader of the Republican Party Gerald Ford and the popular Ronald Reagan.


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