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Reagan Experiment, The

An Examination of Economic and Social Policies under the Reagan Administration

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Document date: January 01, 1982
Released online: January 01, 1982
The first nonpartisan attempt to place the president's social and economic policies in perspective, focusing on their historical antecedents, rationale, preliminary impacts, and the issues raised for public debate.

Topics/Tags: | Economy/Taxes | Education | Governing

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