Nation: The End Game For Reagan

He has one eye on the fall

One of Ronald Reagan's most difficult problems last week was acting as though he were still in a race for the Republican presidential nomination. The Californian continued to pile up delegates in primaries, swamping George Bush in Indiana, North Carolina and Tennessee; Bush carried only the District of Columbia, where Reagan was not on the ballot. Altogether the Californian won more than 100 of the 140 delegates at stake, raising his total to about 850, to only 180 for Bush. Reagan needs only about 150 more delegates...

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