Business: Reagan's Stand: No Compromise

Though Ronald Reagan's chances of winning the Republican nomination are dimming, his campaign has had an impact on the nation's economic policy. The Californian has given exceptionally forceful voice to a persistent strain of Republican thought—and put unremitting pressure on President Ford to follow a rigidly conservative line. Reagan's followers will undoubtedly keep up that pressure throughout the campaign, if Ford carries the Republican banner. And if Reagan defies the odds and walks off with the nomination, the nation will hear a set of economic views that have rarely been voiced with such rigor.

Indeed, a problem confronting any still uncommitted delegate...

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