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Reagan’s economic revolution was based on the simple fact that: a. government must create jobs c. private industry should create jobs b. high corporate taxes should take place d. regulation of business was imperative
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One of President Reagan’s main goals was to a. keep tax hikes to a minimum. b. cut back on government regulation of business and industry. c. accelerate the growth of the federal government. d. increase federal government spending for welfare.
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