Presidential Caliber

May 1976
New Republic;5/15/76, Vol. 174 Issue 20, p2
Presents information on the U.S. presidential candidates. Reference to James Bryce's book "The American Commonwealth," in which the author mentioned some presidential candidates after former President Benjamin Harrison's administration; Decision of U.S. President Gerald R. Harrison to veto the day care bill for working mothers; Consideration of political leader, Ronald Reagan as the political candidate.


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