The Nation: Reagan: 'I Don't Want Another 1964'

As Ronald Reagan's struggle for Republican delegates came under its worst strain, TIME National Political Correspondent Robert Ajemian spoke with the Governor at his Pacific Palisades home. Reports Ajemian:

"I know the President has many inducements to offer these uncommitted delegates," said Ronald Reagan with an easy smile, "and he's offering them." Typically, Reagan sounded affable as he made that blunt accusation. He sat in the long living room of his Pacific Palisades house, jaunty in his Chinese-red slacks and matching sandals. The deep creases in his face and neck gave way to a...

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