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NOVEMBER 17, 1980; Volume XCVI, No. 20
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COVER: PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN.
TOP OF THE WEEK:
THE VOTERS' CHOICE: Every four years NEWSWEEK breaks its normal schedule and goes to press just after Election Day with the news of the Presidential vote. In 1980, as it turns out, this special Election Issue contains not one but two major breaking stories: the election and the unfolding of a deal to free the hostages in Iran.
In order to start the presses as early as possible, three alternative covers (above) were prepared: one for the re-election of President Carter, one for a Reagan victory and one for the possibility that both men would fall short of an electoral majority, throwing the choice into the House of Representatives.
This issue caps a year of NEWSWEEK political cover stories (below) that began in the fall of 1979 with the first glimmer of Edward Kennedy's challenge to Carter. We chronicled the sudden emergence of George Bush and his sudden decline in the rising Reagan tide. We proified independent John Anderson, produced a SPECIAL REPORT on Reagan's character and record, featured the festive Republican convention and the fractious Democratic one, and followed the fall campaign through its climactic debate and final week.
Dozens of reporters, photographers and writers worked to- gether to supply this coverage. White House correspondents Eleanor Clift and Thomas M. DeFrank covered Carter, Gerald C. Lubenow and Martin Kasindorf followed Reagan, Tony Fuller and Richard Manning reported the Anderson campaign. In the Vice Presidential camps, John Walcott covered Walter Mondale and Stryker McGuire followed Bush. From Washington, bureau chief Mel Elfin and chief political correspondent James Doyle charted the progress and direction of the race. Photographers Wally McNamee, John Ficara, Larry Downing, Robert R. McElroy and Lester Sloan provided the most extensive color-picture coverage in the magazine's history. The writers: Peter Goldman, David M. Alpern, Allan J. Mayer, Dennis A. Williams, Tom Morganthau and Melinda Beck-all supervised by National Affairs Editor Stephen B. Shepard, who organized the entire campaign coverage.
THE REPUBLICAN LANDSLIDE.
After the Avalanche.
The GOP's Senate Surprise.
The Iran Hostages as Soap Opera.
CHINA: Mao's widow hangs tough.
TELEVISION: "WHO SHOT J. R.?" -- Larry Hagman as J. R. on TV's DALLAS.
BUSINESS: Reagan's economics of less.
My Turn: Horace Freeland Judson.
ART: French Realism revisited.
MUSIC: ISAAC STERN, the Unstoppable. [His 60th Anniversary year, tour, two full pages with photos!]
MOVIES: "Resurrection". Reluctant star: Sam Shepard.
BOOKS; SPORTS; THEATER; Etc.
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