June 1980
National Review;6/27/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p763
The article argues that the political years of 1964 and 1980 closely resemble one another. It describes the role to be played by Jacob Javits in 1980. It discusses the importance of Ronald Reagan's running mate choice to the New Right-single issue people, who have already expressed their frustration with Reagan. It identifies the people who remained steadfast in their decision not to support Reagan. It also describe Representative John Anderson (R-Ill.) as another contender for the Republican presidential nomination. Finally, it concludes that Republicans face party unity problems.


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