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Reagan: an Autopsy (by Rothbard)

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http://www.lewrockwell.com/rothbard/rothbard60.html
First published in Liberty, Vol. 2, No. 4, March 1989.
Eight years, eight dreary, miserable, mind-numbing years, the years of the Age of Reagan, are at long last coming to an end. These years have surely left an ominous legacy for the future: we shall undoubtedly suffer from the after-shocks of Reaganism for years to come. But at least Himself will not be there, and without the man Reagan, without what has been called his "charisma," Reaganism cannot nearly be the same. Reaganís heirs and assigns are a pale shadow of the Master, as we can see from the performance of George Bush. He might try to imitate the notes of Reagan, but the music just ainít there. Only this provides a glimmer of hope for America: that Reaganism might not survive much beyond Reagan.

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