THE PRESIDENCY by HUGH SIDEY: Consoling Promise of Change

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That may have to change in the few weeks ahead. It now appears that U.S. voters the Carter as a man who has a commanding grasp of the details of the problems but little idea of what they mean and how to use the Government machinery to solve them. Reagan, on the other hand, is viewed as a person with woe fully limited knowledge of the issues before him but with good instincts about the directions he should go.

In the end this election could hinge not so much on the candidates them selves as on the national perception of the men and women they would call upon and the kind of Government they would form.

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