We discussed, back in April, those searching for the next Reagan could do one better: look for the next Coolidge. This assumes, of course, that this is possible. We here believe the mold was broken when Cal served. There will never be another leader like him. We do maintain that aspiring to his ideals remains a worthy and desirable aim. Who comes closest to those ideals in our time? We presented a poll of the prospective candidates in April. Of course, whether this equates to saying such a candidate will be President will be up to voters in the coming primaries and general election but now that we have seen the first debate, what do you think now, Coolidge readers?