That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back Character Descriptions

Thomas Friedman
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Tom Friedman

This individual is a recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for journalism and a foreign correspondent for the New York Times.

Ronald Reagan

It was in the 1980s during the administration of this United States President that deficit spending began to get out of control and to adversely impact America's economy.

Richard Nixon

This was the first United States President to abandon the gold standard and engage in deficit spending.

George H. W. Bush

This United States President had to break his promise of no new taxes because of burgeoning deficits that began during the prior administration.

Bill Clinton

This United States President had to raise taxes in order to deal with the deficits facing the nation, and he was able to balance the budget and create a surplus by the time he left office.

George W. Bush

This United States...

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