For the Record

May 1979
National Review;5/11/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p593
The article presents news concerning politics in the United States. Political observers wondered whether the popularity of John Connally will force Ronald Reagan to officially enter the presidential race earlier than planned. Jimmy Carter has decided to enter every primary in 1980 and seek delegates in every state caucus. "Politics Today" has rated Senator Edward Kennedy as the most liberal legislator in the country.


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