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Reagan keeps up his attack on Mondale's deficit plan
President Reagan yesterday derided for the fourth straight day Walter Mondale's plan to raise taxes to ease the federal deficit. ''We don't need more politicians insisting we have deficits because you're not taxed enough,'' the President said as he left the White House for Tennessee to address a high-technology group. ''Those deficits ballooned from an economy that didn't grow enough and from 50 years of government spending too much.''