September 1982
National Review;9/17/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 18, p1119
The article presents news briefs related to various political developments the U.S. According to political analyst Richard Scammon, there is possibility that President Ronald Reagan may run in the 1984 Presidential elections for a second term. However, he regards the nomination of Senator Edward M. Kennedy difficult due to his liberalist stance. Kennedy and other Democratic leaders have been criticized for their support to Reagan's tax bill. The chance of New York gubernatorial candidate Lew Lehrman has been analyzed. The impact of tuition tax credits on elitist middle-class families has also been examined.


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