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  • The Great Money Bingeby George Melloan

    Threshold Editions 2009; US$ 19.99

    According to George Melloan, the erosion of supply-side economic principles began shortly after Ronald Reagan left office, when his successor, George H.W. Bush, caved in to pressures from Congress and reneged on his campaign promise to not raise taxes. Bush, who once called supply-side ?voodoo economics,? seemed to forget that during his eight years... more...

  • The Great Money Bingeby George Melloan

    Threshold Editions 2009; Not Available

    According to George Melloan, the erosion of supply-side economic principles began shortly after Ronald Reagan left office, when his successor, George H.W. Bush, caved in to pressures from Congress and reneged on his campaign promise to not raise taxes. Bush, who once called supply-side ?voodoo economics,? seemed to forget that during his eight years... more...

  • The Great Money Bingeby George Melloan

    Threshold Editions 2009; Not Available

    According to George Melloan, the erosion of supply-side economic principles began shortly after Ronald Reagan left office, when his successor, George H.W. Bush, caved in to pressures from Congress and reneged on his campaign promise to not raise taxes. Bush, who once called supply-side ?voodoo economics,? seemed to forget that during his eight years... more...

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