On the Road to Recovery

Levitt, Joel
February 1983
National Review;2/4/1983, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p116
The article comments on the economic condition of the U.S., using the names of small towns across the country. It argues that Americans tend to give colorful names to towns and villages during a recession. It claims that U.S. President Ronald Reagan should be given a chance to do what he can about the economy. It describes what one can do to achieve a comfortable lifestyle. Finally, it presents a scenario of what might happen to one's lifestyle if the economy does not improve.


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