Hazardous to Our Wealth: Economic Policies in the 1980's

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South End Press, 1984 - Political Science - 195 pages
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This clear, readable primer is an invaluable tool for those seeking to understand the supply-side, military Keynesian, and monetary policies of the Reagan era and their continuing influence today. Its call for putting people before profits is a compelling rejoinder to the neo-Reaganism of the Clinton administration.

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does 2+2 equal 7?
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for the taxpayer who has everything
33
the smell of success
49
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About the Editors: Frank Ackerman is Director of the Climate Economics Group of the US Center of the Stockholm Environmental Institute, and Senior Research Fellow at the Global Development and Environment Institute based at Tufts University, USA. Richard Kozul-Wright is Chief of the Unit on Economic Cooperation and Integration among Developing Countries of UNCTAD, Geneva, and former Chief of the Development Strategy and Policy Analysis Branch of the United Nations in New York.Rob Vos is the Director of the Development Policy and Analysis Division (DPAD) of the United Nations, New York, and Affiliated Professor of Finance and Development, Erasmus University, the Netherlands.

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