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Mark Levin Makes a Darned Good Point

Although the Gipper didn’t go after Jimmy Carter at the 1980 convention in anything like as heated or pointed a manner as Zell Miller went after John Kerry last night, he did indeed attack Carter, directly and by name. Just take a look at Reagan’s 1980 acceptance speech. Reagan refers to “Mr. Carter,” “the Carter administration,” and “Carter policies” no fewer than seven times.

Peter Robinson — Peter M. Robinson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.

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