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Poe, Steven C. "Human Rights and Economic Aid Allocation under Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter." American Journal of Political Science36, no. 1 (1992): 147-67. doi:10.2307/2111428. This journal gives some statistics of the economic times were as a nation were in before during and after Reagan, this shows how Reagan economics has had a lasting impact on our nation. Andwill give great credibility to his presidency. Wisman, Jon D. "Government is whose problem?" Journal of Economic Issues47, no. 4 (2013): 911+. Biography In Context(accessed April 6, 2019). ?u=vic_liberty&sid=BIC&xid=a912b4d7. this entry is to show Reagans stance that the government was the major party at fault during the nation’s inflation, and that the change had to start from the inside out. And how he saw the tax issue with our nation and how the value of our dollar has decreased, but how we can raise it again."Reaganomics redux." The Economist, September 20, 2003, 19US. U.S. History in Context(accessed April 6, 2019). ?
5u=vic_liberty&sid=UHIC&xid=3ef87a2c. This will give more detail and a reference point when discussing reganomics, and why there is such a name. how Regan changed the economic stance of the Nation. Discusses interest rates from Bush to Regan and even to more recent taxes we have seen in the past years. Reagan, Ronald. Vital Speeches of the Day48, no. 22 (September 1982): 674. ?direct=true&db=ulh&AN=9931430&site=ehost-live&scope=site. This speech given by Regan gives him telling of the plans now that the Bill was passed, and how the nation will start seeing the change in a positive light, come the next couple years, and how this will effected the futer of the nation in the long run as well.