Differences Between Bill Clinton And Ronald Reagan

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What is an economic policy? Economic policies are the actions taken by the government to control its economy. Setting tax rates, setting interest rates through Federal Reserve, regulation the level of public expenditure, and creating private property rights are all different types of economic policies actions. Government and banks have a limited number of goals that can achieve in the short term periods. For example, there is pressure on the government to abridge expansion, bridge unemployment, and a bridge interest rates while maintaining currency stability. If these are chosen as goals for the short term, then the policy is likely to be disjointed, because the average amount of reducing maintaining currency is not stable because the…show more content…
Page 2 of 4 Page 3 of 4 Mahdi 3 There many similarities between Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan. Among them, they both had decreased the amount of unemployment. Differences were also that more jobs were created during the Clinton presidency than during any other administration in U.S. history. In Roland Reagan’s presidency, also the net worth of families earning between $20,000 and $50,000 annually raised 27%. In 1980, the inflation was 13.5% and by 1988, it dropped to 4.1%. Unlike Clinton, he had decreased inflation rates to 2.3%. Clinton’s significant disappointment of his first term was the failure to gain approval for health care reform. But Roland Reagan urged the nation to stay the course, and promised that better days were coming for all and his anti- communist had not been any easy by the time he was elected president. Clinton had ordered air strikes against Iraq in for an assassination plot against Bush. In my opinion, I think Clinton’s economy was better, but still both had achieved many things. Ronald Reagan looked over the US policy of detente with the USSR and developed the Doctrine to support the anti-communist movements in Afghanistan, Angola, Cambodia,

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