October 1982
National Review;10/29/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 21, p1320
The article presents a focused discussion on the criticism of United States Secretary of the Treasury against the administration of President Ronald Reagan. Several topics are mentioned in the article, which includes the relation of Reagan with the Republicans, and a citation of the changing system in the White House.


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