Statism Loses the Initiative

November 1982
National Review;11/26/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 23, p1458
The article reports on issues related to the politics during the presidency of Ronald Reagan in the United States. It tells of the endorsement of voters on liberal economic issues, the implication of state control for the federal land, and the determination of interest-rate controls on the labor unions and consumer activists.


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