Thunder on the Right

Not the least of the Heritage Foundation's appeal to President Reagan is that its analysts have mastered the scholarly equivalent of the famous memo style he requires of his own staff members: short, uncomplicated and easy to read. Except for occasional Government-wide surveys like last week's Mandate for Leadership II, Heritage writers are guided by the rule of thumb practiced by Edwin J. Feulner Jr., the foundation's president and cofounder. Says he: "If the Heritage study is thin enough to make it into a Congressman's briefcase, half the battle is won."

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