TITLE

How To Leave Them Cheering With an actor's skill, he gave the performance of his life

PUB. DATE
July 1980
SOURCE
Time;7/28/1980, Vol. 116 Issue 4, p29
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article comments upon the acceptance speech of Ronald Reagan, candidate for the upcoming presidential elections in the U.S. It states that Reagan's speech showed all the requirements of a campaign address including a concern for all citizens and a convincing appeal to the moderate voters. It mentions that he was successful in criticizing his opponents without sounding too harsh, and gives an overview of their political agenda proposed by him. Also discussed are his views on family values.
ACCESSION #
54218627

 

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