Ship of State to Starboard

August 1981
National Review;8/21/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 16, p938
The article reflects on the impact of the approved tax and spending cuts proposed by U.S. President Ronald Reagan on the economic policy of the U.S. It emphasizes the implications of the changes in the U.S. economic policy for the government. It highlights the attempts of policymakers in changing the U.S. economic policy. It cites a statement published by the newspaper "Washington Post" regarding the policy changes.


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