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Morning Must Reads: February 19

In the news: Obama bullies the press, Reagonomics gets a facelift, Simpson-Bowles Round II, and Dave Chappelle, political visionary.

Auction of Reagan’s Blood Cancelled

The auction house that recently put a vial of Ronald Reagan’s blood up for sale has backed down and officially cancelled the auction. The seller will instead...

How I Won The War

TITLE: THE SEVEN FAT YEARS AUTHOR: ROBERT L. BARTLEY PUBLISHER: FREE PRESS; 347 PAGES; $22.95 THE BOTTOM LINE: A paean to Reaganomics that glosses over the...

Making It Work

COVER STORY Despite choppy waters, the President holds steady on Reaganomics "Can anyone here say that if we can't do it, someone down the road can do it? And...

Reaganomics With A Human Face

A joint session of Congress is the most august forum available to a President. The setting alone -- the entire Government of the United States solemnly assembled...

Reaganomics: Too Many Voices

The chorus of advisers is singing off-key They've all sold out, every one of them." That dour assessment came from Jude Wanniski, a fanatic believer in...

Barbed Farewell

A blast at Reaganomics Unusually modest for a politician, Pennsylvania Congressman Marc Lincoln Marks admits that he has had a "very undistinguished"...

Press: The Dismal Science Hits a Nerve

Network economics coverage is expanding, but is it better? When Washington journalists were polled in 1979, the economics beat ranked a lowly eleventh in...

Economics: Robert Solow: Theories of Gain

ECONOMICS If the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences intended to signal its disapproval of the Reagan Administration's economic programs, it could not have picked...

A Fresh Challenge to Reaganomics

Robert Reich provides intellectual firepower for the Democrats Presidential Candidate Walter Mondale calls it "one of the most important works of the decade."...

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