The triumph of politics: how the Reagan revolution failed

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Harper & Row, 1986 - Business & Economics - 422 pages
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The former director of the Office of Management and Budget discusses in detail the battle to implement the Reagan revolution

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The author of the Reagan revolution demonstrates how politics triumphed over the idealism of Reagan. Proving more powerful was the world of powerful bureaucracies, congressional committees, special ... Read full review

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The author was the only "economist" involved, at the time, in presenting President Reagan's "trickle-down" budget. This was Reagan's program of relieving the rich of their share of taxes, on the ... Read full review


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