The Presidency The Circuits Are Overloaded

"The Circuits Are Overloaded"

For the past four months Ronald Reagan has not had the physical stamina, the emotional intensity or the mental acuity to be President of the U.S. The three qualities are inseparable in leadership. The decline of one weighs the others down, finally diminishing the man. Whether Reagan's reduced state was caused by natural aging, impaired health, the crushing reverses in politics and state affairs, or all of the above will probably never be sorted out. Nor is it all that important. But what is important is his energy level in mind, body and soul in these next few weeks. Can he...

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