By Richard J Carroll
For the 1st time, traits in 20 significant financial and federal price range signs, so much suggested considering international warfare II, are provided in one resource. the commercial performances less than every one presidential management are ranked for every indicator, in addition to for his or her performance. the consequences are usually dazzling and counter-intuitive, hard many well known ideals. This presentation of averages, developments, and illustrations will enable students, scholars, and others drawn to economics, politics, and heritage, to interpret financial information extra effectively.
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An Economic Record of Presidential Performance: From Truman to Bush by Richard J Carroll