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  • proper n. The economic ideas and policies of the American president Ronald Reagan and his two administrations (1981-1989).

Etymologies

Blend of Reagan and economics (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Apparently the rush to crown Rush Limbaugh as the de facto head of the Republican party and stick with the plan of canonizing Reaganomics is getting to be too much for some Republicans.

    Had Enough?

  • Trickle down Reaganomics is a joke and we are all reaping the benefits from it now, aren't we?

    Al Franken's senate shut down

  • Paul Krugman looks at this chart of the personal savings rate in the United States and concludes that Reaganomics is the most likely reason that it fell off a cliff ….

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » More Lame Economic Analysis

  • So far, Reaganomics is about 9 trillion in the hole and fast heading to ten.

    McCain Reverts to Balanced Budget Pledge - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • I find it much more likely that some of those pundits are just wanting Clinton to win and want to find some way to make Obama unpalatable to Democrats and erecting some strawman about Obama that connects him to Reaganomics is probably the best way to do it without coming off as racist.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Witty political strategists rebranded neoliberalism with the name Reaganomics because, during most of the 1980s,

    Mexico: Land of Dire Straits and Reaganomics

  • He said: You know, Brian, it's funny - they don't call it Reaganomics any more: '

    Relationships

  • His 1979 book, "American Renaissance: A Strategy for the 1980s," contained what became known as Reaganomics during Ronald Reagan's presidency and helped redefine the GOP's economic identity.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

  • Kemp's 1979 book, "American Renaissance: A Strategy for the 1980s," contained what became known as Reaganomics during Ronald Reagan's presidency and helped redefine the GOP's economic identity.

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  • What became known as Reaganomics - or, as some called it, the "trickle down" theory - wound up taking the trillion-dollar national debt that Reagan inherited from Jimmy Carter and building it to $3.5 trillion before he was through.

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