Supply-Siders on the Line

Brookhiser, Richard
October 1982
National Review;10/15/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 20, p1272
The article offers observations on Lewis Edward Lehrman, who is contesting for the post of governor from New York, during an address he gave at the dinner of the New York City Police Department. Lehrman has a unique and edgy speaking style. He has never held a public office. According to him, New York must have a death penalty for wanted murderers. During his address, he proposed a legislation to relax the rule that excludes illegally obtained evidence from trials. He also addressed issues like crime and economy in the speech.


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