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Andrew F. Puzder

Getting America Back to Work

Over the last two months, the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a robust American economy into disarray, completely shutting down major business sectors and putting millions of people out of work overnight. With so much at stake and with all options seemingly on the table, it is crucial that we commit ourselves to the long-term goal of restoring the sorts of free-market policies that led to the Trump Economic Boom prior to the China Virus crisis. Although massive government interventions that Barack Obama pursued following the Great Recession might presently appear beneficial or even essential, a return to Obama’s “new normal” of stagnant growth would lead to disastrous and persisting economic damage. We must instead return, as soon as is safely possible, to the Trump model of economic prosperity that produced the strongest labor market in modern history.
32 printed pages
Original publication
2020

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    President Obama pursued failed policies because of his mistaken belief that he could use government power to mandate prosperity through laws and executive orders. Unfortunately, that belief blinded him to the vast potential of enterprising individuals in a free market economy.
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    Perhaps the most telling thing about the Trump Boom is the fact that, despite President Trump having reversed virtually every one of President Obama’s economic policies, both Obama and his former Vice President Joe Biden – now the Democrats’ presumptive presidential nominee – have repeatedly attempted to take credit for it.
    b5966209605has quotedlast year
    Although the mainstream media claimed otherwise, income inequality declined in 2018 (the most recent year for which we have the data) while median household income hit new highs.
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