August 1981
National Review;8/7/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 15, p875
The section presents news briefs concerning political issues in the in the U.S. as of August 1981. The conventional expectations reveal that the popularity of U.S. President Ronald Reagan will decline. Politician John Anderson declared his intentions in participating the 1984 presidential race as a peace candidate. Attorney General Warren Spannaus withdrew his candidacy for the senatorial race in Minnesota.


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