Was the New Deal Really a War on Free Enterprise? It’s Complicated
In a new book, Cornell University historian Lawrence Glickman explores the complicated legacy of the New Deal. With notable chagrin, the author argues that the Age of Reagan allegedly killed off the enlightened tradition of ever-growing government taxation, spending, and regulation. But is he right?
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