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Reagan's Presidency

Summary: About Reagan's failures as president and the ways in which his theories were flawed and his policies, detrimental to the United States.
Reagan became president during a time of economic instability, international tensions, and overall mistrust of the government at home. As a result, Reagan's anti-communist, anti-tax, and anti-big government approach to solving the nations problems appealed to the millions of Americans who were attracted by his "stage presence" and felt that his conservative approach was the answer to all of their problems. Although some improvements were made in these areas, Reagan deserves little credit for them. What he was responsible, however, for the tremendous federal deficit that resulted from his reaganomics approach to the economy and had a widespread negative impact on all of America. He was also responsible for the detrimental impact that deregulation had on the environment, safety, and small businesses. Although Reagan fulfilled his promises, the costs were tremendous; not only did Reagan aggravate the pre-existing issues, but he created new ones as well and much...

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