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Clintonomics : how Bill Clinton reengineered the Reagan revolution /

Jack Godwin.

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Main Author: Godwin, Jack.
Published: New York : American Management Association, c2009.
Edition: 1st ed.
Topics: Wirtschaftspolitik. | Clinton, Bill, 1946- | Clinton, Bill.
Regions: United States - Economic policy - 1993-2001. | USA.
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245 10|aClintonomics :|bhow Bill Clinton reengineered the Reagan revolution /|cJack Godwin.
250 |a1st ed.
260 |aNew York :|bAmerican Management Association,|cc2009.
300 |axiii, 290 p. ;|c24 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 257-262) and index.
505 0 |aDedication -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part 1: Political Economy -- 1: Purpose of politics -- Old dogmas -- Stormy present -- 2: Philosophical foundation -- John Locke: Labor theory of value -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Social contract -- Adam Smith: Invisible hand -- Jeremy Bentham: Greatest good -- David Ricardo: Free trade -- Friedrich List: Limits of free trade -- Henry Charles Carey: Benefits of fair trade -- John Stuart Mill: National debt -- Karl Marx: Capitalist system -- John Maynard Keynes: Deficit spending -- Joseph Schumpeter : Entrepreneurship -- Friedrich Hayek: Limited government -- John Kenneth Galbraith: Social balance -- 3: Reagan legacy -- Genealogy of Reaganomics -- Public versus private ownership -- Civil rights and social issues -- Conservative deficit -- 4: Global system -- Laws of complexity -- Web of mutuality -- 5: Reflections on change -- Typology of change -- Catalytic to reactionary -- Revolutionary to developmental -- Limited to evolutionary -- Robust to chaotic -- Future preference -- Part 2: Public Policy -- 6: Role of government (A) -- End of big government -- New covenant -- 7: Role of government (B) -- Third way -- Two Friedmans -- New federalism -- 8: Theory of constraints -- Budgeting -- Entitlements -- Healthcare -- Welfare -- Diversity -- Education -- Immigration -- Trade -- Defense -- 9: Bridge to the future -- Selected bibliography -- Notes -- Index.
520 |aFrom the Publisher: Though many insisted Bill Clinton's politics were polar opposite of Ronald Reagan's, and Clinton himself declared Clintonomics to be the antidote to Reaganomics, political scientist Jack Godwin argues otherwise. His book Clintonomics explores the intriguing idea that Clinton's governing philosophy was the logical extension of the Reagan Revolution, and provides compelling evidence of how Clinton transformed classic conservative ideas, such as welfare reform, into his own hybrid, Third-Way policies.
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