A Retrospective on the Reagan Years: Implications for the Future
South End of the Quadrangle
John B. Anderson served as a congressman from the 16th District of Illinois from 1960-1980. During his later years in Congress, he was the chair of the Republican Conference and served on the Rules Committee. In 1980, he ran as an independent candidate for the presidency of the United States and received around 7% of the popular vote.
In conjunction with: College of Communications; College of Law; Department of Economics; Department of Forestry; Department of History; Department of Political Science; Department of Sociology; Program on Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security; Unit One; George A. Miller Endowment; George A. Miller Committee
Former Independent Presidential Candidate
George A. Miller Visiting Professor in Unit one