Ronald Reagan

  1. How Your Tax Rate Is Determined

    Feel like the government always has its hand in your pocket? Learn the theory behind ...
  2. What Is the Quantity Theory of Money?

    Take a look at the tenets, assumptions and challenges of monetarism's principal theory. ...
  3. No, Social Security Is Not Being Depleted

    There are a number of reasons why concerns over Social Security depletion have emerged, ...
  4. How U.S. Election News Affects The Dow

    We explain the relationship between US politics, election news, and the performance ...
  5. The Presidential Second Term Curse

    Find out why the general prognosis is that second-term presidents often leave office ...
  6. Do Personal Income Tax Cuts Foster Economic Growth?

    Studies show that cuts to personal income tax rates will improve tax revenues, but ...
  1. What was the millionaire boom?

    When Ronald Reagan took office in 1981, he brought in an agenda to try and clear the remnants of stagflation that plagued ...
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