Don't Let Them Bamboozle You, Mr. Reagan

Wanniski, Jude
March 1976
National Review;3/19/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p268
This article comments on presidential candidate Ronald Reagan's proposal to reduce government expenditures in the U.S. in 1976. The politician suggested a $90 billion cut from federal expenditures. Hence, such proposal was bombarded by criticisms raised by his opponents. Some politicians oppose the use of the Keynesian framework in justifying his proposal. The politicians argue that the proposal of Reagan pose threats to public welfare as well as to the present and future economic state of the nation.


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