Symposium on Successful Presidential Economic Policies
By Robert M. Whaples
This article appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of The Independent Review.
Historians who earn their keep by rating U.S. presidents tend to equate successful economic policies with big government. Rigorous assessments free of such bias would shed much-needed light on presidential successes and failures.
Economic History and DevelopmentEconomic PolicyEconomyFiscal Policy/DebtGovernment and PoliticsLaw and LibertyPolitical Theory
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