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