Econoclasts: The Rebels Who Sparked the Supply-Side Movement and Restored American Prosperity by Brian Domitrovic

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Econoclasts: The Rebels Who Sparked the Supply-Side Movement and Restored American Prosperity

The history we can’t afford to forget


'“Riveting . . . The landmark new history of the supply-side revolution.”  —National Review“No book until now has offered an authoritative history of the supply-side movement. Domitrovic fills the void. And what a history it is.” —American Spectator“Worried about our country? You need to read this. . . . [Domitrovic] tells this neglected but enormously important story with sympathetic verve, superb research, and acutely drawn sketches of the principal characters. It has sharp relevance today.” —Steve Forbes, Forbes magazine“This entertaining account should be required reading. . . . A first-rate storyteller as well as historian, Domitrovic skillfully unfolds the events that ignited the supply-side revolution.” —Weekly Standard“Brilliant . . . This is the book Americans need to read now.”—Larry Kudlow“An amazing history of one of the most important chapters in the evolution of economic thought. . . . Will someone please deliver this book to [President Obama’s] doorstep?”  —Claremont Review of Books“A brilliant, overlooked book.” —Peter Ferrara, American Spectator“Couldn’t be more timely.” —Amity Shlaes“Should serve as a roadmap to revitalizing the private sector . . . Vivid and deeply researched . . . In our time of loose money and rising taxes, supply-side’s second revolution may begin with this book.” —Real Clear Markets“I’ve never read anything on the subject of economics that surpasses this extraordinary book for its lucidity, richness, depth, intelligibility, savvy, and sheer intellectual excitement.” —Wilfred McClay '
The history we can’t afford to forget


'“Riveting . . . The landmark new history of the supply-side revolution.”  —National Review“No book until now has offered an authoritative history of the supply-side movement. Domitrovic fills the void. And what a history it is.” —American Spectator“Worried about our country? You need to read this. . . . [Domitrovic] tells this neglected but enormously important story with sympathetic verve, superb research, and acutely drawn sketches of the principal characters. It has sharp relevance today.” —Steve Forbes, Forbes magazine“This entertaining account should be required reading. . . . A first-rate storyteller as well as historian, Domitrovic skillfully unfolds the events that ignited the supply-side revolution.” —Weekly Standard“Brilliant . . . This is the book Americans need to read now.”—Larry Kudlow“An amazing history of one of the most important chapters in the evolution of economic thought. . . . Will someone please deliver this book to [President Obama’s] doorstep?”  —Claremont Review of Books“A brilliant, overlooked book.” —Peter Ferrara, American Spectator“Couldn’t be more timely.” —Amity Shlaes“Should serve as a roadmap to revitalizing the private sector . . . Vivid and deeply researched . . . In our time of loose money and rising taxes, supply-side’s second revolution may begin with this book.” —Real Clear Markets“I’ve never read anything on the subject of economics that surpasses this extraordinary book for its lucidity, richness, depth, intelligibility, savvy, and sheer intellectual excitement.” —Wilfred McClay '
Publisher: Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ORD) ISBN: 9781497636293 Pages: 368