The Election

November 1980
National Review;11/28/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p1434
The article examines political and economic issues that made it possible for Republican presidential candidate to win the election in 1980. There two main factors for this issue. First, there was an accelerated anti-liberal revolution with a message of less intrusive federal government and a more confident and assertive foreign policy. Second, Reagan called for a rapid economic revival at home with orthodox Republic economics.


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