Mondale tells Midwesterners he wants 2nd chance on jobs
Walter Mondale said Tuesday the steel industry ''suffered far too much'' under the Carter administration when he was vice-president. But he urged voters in the industrial Midwest to give him a second chance to come up with new solutions to high unemployment and foreign imports. At the same time, he criticized what he said was a Reagan administration refusal to force steel executives to pour back their profits into modernized plants.
Mondale picked up an endorsement Tuesday from the Boston Globe, which praised what it called his ''dedication to a strong national defense ... and a compassionate and realistic approach to domestic matters."