Dunkirk for the President?

November 1981
National Review;11/27/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 23, p1393
The article focuses on the determination of U.S. Office of Management and Budget director David Stockman to find ways to raise taxes despite the instruction of President Ronald Reagan that his administration goal is reducing government spending as a percentage of gross national product to 19 per cent by 1984.


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