It’s important to get history right — and economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has gotten it maddeningly wrong.
Krugman recently wrote a column arguing that the decline of double-digit inflation in the 1980s was the decade’s big economic event, not the cuts in tax rates usually touted by conservatives.
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