The Stakes in Ottawa

August 1981
National Review;8/7/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 15, p880
The article reflects on the measures taken by U.S. President Ronald Reagan to lower inflation as of August 1981. It highlights the criticisms received by the Reagan administration from the French government. It cites the reasons why the French socialists are attacking the Reagan administration. It emphasizes the impact of the attempts to lower inflation on interest rates.


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