The Big Economic Lie

Novak, Michael
March 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1992, Issue 21, p14
Presents a criticism to the economic deception forged by politicians and media in the U.S. Statistics on the decline in average income of the different social classes under the economic leadership of former president James Earl Carter; Economic growth experienced by the country under former president Ronald Reagan; Failure of the media to report the truth about the difference between the terms of Carter and Reagan.


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