AFTER REAGAN

AFTER REAGAN

Seymour Martin Lipset, in PS
- (Spring 1986), American Political Science Asso-ciation, 1527 New Hampshire Ave. N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20036.
Ronald Reagan's popularity remains high. Early in 1986, surveys showed roughly two-thirds of the electorate supporting the president-the highest rating so far accorded to any 20th-century U.S. chief executive during the first quarter of his second term.
Such poll data seem to suggest that most Americans agree with the president's conservative agenda.
But...

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