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Question 11.5 out of 1.5 pointsPresident Jimmy Carter faced a strong challenge in the 1980 Democratic primaries from this U.S. Senator. While he was ultimately able to hold off that challenge, the President entered the fall campaign against Reagan in a weakened position.Question 21.5 out of 1.5 pointsWhat did Democratic former California Governor Pat Brown call Reagan in the late 1970s? He even wrote a book about Reagan under the title.Question 31.5 out of 1.5 pointsIn 1976 Jimmy Carter described what he called a “misery index”—i.e. the sum of the inflation and unemployment rates. In 1976, Carter criticized President Ford for a “misery index” of 15.3. In 1980, Carter’s “misery index” was even higher, 19.3.Question 41.5 out of 1.5 pointsNOT one of the “troika” of Reagan’s first term—i.e. those White House aides who almost acted as “deputy presidents.”Question 51.5 out of 1.5 pointsReagan’s first choice for vice president in 1980?Question 61.5 out of 1.5 pointsReagan’s first campaign manager in 1980. He was distrusted by Reagan’s longtime California aides. Indeed, he tried to push them, including friend and confidant Mike Deaver, from the campaign. Reagan replaced him with William Casey on the day of the New Hampshire primary.