McLaughlin, John
March 1984
National Review;3/9/1984, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p23
Forecasts status of presidential candidates for the presidential election in the U.S in 1984. Comparison of status of country's President Ronald Reagan with presidential candidate Walter Mondale; Reasons provide by Reagan's supporters regarding retrieval of New York by Reagan; Observation of Mondale's chances in Texas; Observation of Reagan's chances in Michigan.


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