The first president that I actually remembered was Jimmy Carter. I do remember as a child Ford being mentioned, but I was certainly not engaged in his presidency. However, I remember Reagan quite well. He came to office after a major financial down turn and his policies did seem to improve things immediately. Some have said that his actions of borrowing money were a hindrance to the future. Do you feel that Reganomics was beneficial to future generations or did he just borrow from the future in order to benefit his present circumstance? Did this set precedence for future presidents to take the nation into debt in order to help their political careers? I look forward to your thoughts?
- 6 years ago