Dutch in the Clutch

McLaughlin, John
August 1982
National Review;8/20/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 16, p1004
The article analyses the presidency of Ronald Reagan in the U.S. It has been observed that the current Gross National Product is up for the last quarter 1.7 percent. The administration lobbied hard for the tax bill proposed by Senator Bob Dole. The bill is inflationary it can increase taxes on corporations which will pass to consumers in the form of higher prices. The foreign relations of the U.S. with China are souring because of the sale of aircraft to Taiwan.


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