The Hundred Days Starts Today

June 1980
National Review;6/13/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p701
The article comments on the political issues confronting Ronald Reagan in his presidential candidacy in the U.S. The need to keep some parts of the government distinct is addressed. The failure of Jimmy Carter during his first two years is reported. The process by which Reagan could have an impact on hiring and firing is described.


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