Reaganomics


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Rea·gan·om·ics

 (rā′gə-nŏm′ĭks)
n.
The supply-side fiscal policies introduced during the presidency of Ronald Reagan.

[Blend of the name of Ronald Wilson Reagan and economics.]

Reaganomics

the economic theories and policies of the administration of President Ronald Reagan (1981- ), basically a policy of supply-side economics with emphasis on defense spending, encouragement of private and corporate development and investment, and reduction in government spending on social services.
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