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Reagan may turn to the middle for his economic advice. That's what Washington insiders think -- but they watch with growing excitement as the time nears for appointments to the Treasury and the Council of Economic Advisers.

If Reagan picks men for top posts like William E. Simon, George P. Schultz, Arthur Burns, and Alan Greenspan, it will be a victory for a more traditional approach. But Reagan is also being pushed by others who push heavy tax-cutting and support people like economist Arthur B. Laffer of the University of Southern California and Rep. Jack F. Kemp.m

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