They're Off and Running

And looking high and low for the winning issues in the mid-term haystack

The Great Communicator was on the road last week, doing what he loves and does so well: selling his party's case to the American people. Stumping in Utah and Kansas, where he offered 95th birthday greetings to Alfred M. Landon, the G.O.P. presidential candidate in 1936, Ronald Reagan sounded some time-tested themes. He extolled traditional values and offered his support for antiabortion legislation and a constitutional amendment that would allow prayer in public schools. He also urged his cheering audiences to keep...

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