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Anderson leaves White House

As the New Right started to fight for its social agenda on Capitol Hill, it was disturbed by word that the Administration's chief ideologue, Martin Anderson, was resigning as director of the White House office of policy development. Anderson, 45, who will leave March 1 to resume an academic career, formulated the conservative platform used by Ronald Reagan during his campaign for the presidency. At the White House, though, his role diminished. The job of putting policies into effect and developing fresh proposals shifted to David Stockman, the energetic...

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