They won't be the unanimous choices of the people, and the Reagan White House is not likely to follow many of them, but Richard Viguerie's Conservative Digest has recommended an "A Team" for the president's second term so that he can "go down in history as one of our greatest presidents, or he can be dismissed as just another politician who talked a good game but couldn't deliver when it counted."

Among the Cabinet appointments, Conservative Digest wants Raymond Shamie, who lost his bid to become the new senator from Massachusetts, to be secretary of commerce; Edwin Meese III to be attorney general; and the combative anti-feminist Phyllis Schlafly to be director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.

During the polling, nine conservatives were nominated so frequently that the magazine considers them "must" appointments: Secretary of the Interior William Clark to be White House chief of staff; Rep. Newt Gingrich to be chairman of the Republican National Committee; California Health and Welfare Agency Secretary David Swoap to be secretary of health and human services; executive J. Peter Grace to head the Office of Management and Budget; Citizens for America chairman Lewis Lehrman to be secretary of the Treasury; radio personality Patrick Buchanan to be White House director of communications; U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick to be secretary of state; Office of Personnel Management director Donald Devine to be White House deputy chief of staff; and Navy Secretary John Lehman to be national security adviser.