Set for More of the Same

Reagan sees his 49-state electoral blitz as a mandate for continuity

"You ain't seen nothin' yet," he crowed at every campaign stop. Ronald Reagan's signature line implied that he had big plans for his second term. But what were they? Not even his advisers seemed to know. They suggested that Reagan had not given any serious thought to the next four years, for fear of jinxing his re-election drive. Last week the President and his aides set about the task of writing a script for the second act of the Reagan revolution. The dramatis...

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