The Dark Legacy of Reaganomics | Consortiumnews

For half a century – from the depths of the Great Depression until the rise of Ronald Reagan – the U.S. government invested in building the nation and funding key research. And the country flourished. But Reagan then reversed those priorities. The results are in, writes Robert Parry.

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One Response to The Dark Legacy of Reaganomics | Consortiumnews

  1. George DeMarse says:

    Kool man. Reagan left a “dark legacy” alright. Don’t forget it was supposed to be “morning in America” when the Gipper was elected. The one time radio announcer, corporate pitch man and B-rate actor really did a tune on Main Street America. Instead of “morning in American,” we got “mourning in America.” Don’t you like that one?

    Later.
    George DeMarse
    The Sage of Wake Forest

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