Forwarded by Atlasphere member Robert Begley:
The Secret of Reagan’s Success
Lecture by Richard M. Salsman
Was U.S. President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) a hero? Why did he once describe himself as an ?admirer of Ayn Rand?? Were Reagan?s ?supply-side? policies pro-capitalist? Did those policies truly revive the U.S. economy in the 1980s or instead deliver a ?false prosperity?? What was Reagan?s worst economic policy error – and why did he make it? Why were Objectivst-inspired economists Reagan?s worst domestic enemies? Did Reagan?s foreign policy end the Cold War and dissolve the Soviet Union – or were those outcomes ?inevitable,? regardless of Reagan? What was Reagan?s worst foreign policy mistake – and why did he make it?
In this lecture Mr. Salsman provides answers to these intriguing questions.
DetailsWhen: Thursday, November 11 at 7:00pmWhere: 243 East 34th St. 2nd Floor (Off corner of 2nd Ave.)Admission: $20 regular admission, $15 for studentsRSVP: email@example.com
Richard M. Salsman is president and chief market strategist of InterMarket Forecasting, which provides quantitative research and forecasts of stocks, bonds, and currencies to guide the asset allocation decisions of institutional investment managers, mutual funds, and pension plans. He is the author of numerous books and articles on economics, banking, and forecasting from a free-market perspective, including Breaking the Banks: Central Banking Problems and Free Banking Solutions (American Institute for Economic Research, 1990) and Gold and Liberty (American Institute for Economic Research, 1995). Mr. Salsman’s work has appeared in The Intellectual Activist, the New York Times, Investor’s Business Daily, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Barron’s.