False dawn

Judis, John B.
July 1996
New Republic;7/29/96, Vol. 215 Issue 5, p6
Refutes the assertion made by U.S. President Bill Clinton that the national economy stabilized under his administration as of 1996. Attitude of the public toward the economy and corporate downsizing; Comparison between the campaign slogans of Clinton in 1996 and former President Ronald Reagan in 1984; Statistics on the real and median wages of employees as of May 1996; Factors that contribute to the continuous wage inequality and the difficulty in achieving economic recovery.


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