Ronald Reagan

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Noun1.Ronald Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)Ronald Reagan - 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)
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As he told Politico recently, he wants his legacy to include "a 16-year era of progressive rule" that would upend the Reagan Revolution and fulfill his promise in 2008 to transform the country "fundamentally.
In Too Dumb to Fail: How the GOP Betrayed the Reagan Revolution to Win Elections, and How It Can Reclaim Its Conservative Roots--the beginning of the title is an allusion to Andrew Ross Sorkin's Too Big to Fail about the 2008 financial crisis--Lewis reminds readers of conservatism's roots in Aristotle, Edmund Burke, and William F.
This is the birthplace of the Reagan Revolution, and let me tell you, there's a new revolution brewing," Cruz declared.
In 1978, as a 34-year-old apostle of supply-side economics and a harbinger of the Reagan Revolution, he stunned the keepers of the conventional wisdom by defeating a four-term senator, Clifford Case, in the Republican primary.
While the Reagan Revolution saw us top our total employment record only one year after we lost net jobs, the movement of the unemployment rate is arguably worse (or at least no better than) under Reagan compared to Obama's tenure despite the fact it's been six years since our last total employment high and, given present trends, it might take until 2015/2016 to surpass that old high.
Stockman rose to prominence in the Reagan Revolution.
While Moynihan and President Ronald Reagan did not sit on the same side of the political aisle, Moynihan's defense of America (via Israel) helped to inaugurate the Reagan Revolution by ushering in a "mad as hell" type political moment Americans could celebrate.
The Reagan revolution, Cruz contended, saved America from the brink in 1980, and those who "love freedom" and "love this country" could do it again.
The spirit of our times is not one that would cheer Calvin Coolidge, and fiscal conservatives who yearn for a new Reagan Revolution must accept that that does not fit contemporary American priorities.
The Reagan revolution to reduce the country's reliance upon government had been partly adopted.
The 1980s under Reagan revolution brought about the ascendancy of New Right in the economic arena.
What fundamentally mattered was that her protagonists were poised to ally with, or to opportunistically cash in on, congenial ascendant forces: frustrations over liberal failures, an evangelical surge, racial resentments, the broader triumphant corporate public relations and lobbying counterattack against 1970s "over-regulation," and the Reagan Revolution.