Reagan's $90-Billion Plan:

February 1976
National Review;2/6/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p72
This article discusses the position of Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan in the proposed $90 billion budget for the federal programs of the U.S. in 1976. The political candidate proposed the scrapping of the federal budget. He argues that the political leaders should be able to assess the link between the programs and the taxes needed to support them. The suggestion of the politician created debate in the government. In addition, his suggestion also alarm the media sector of the country.


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