Contemporary Neoliberalism

  • Joel Magnuson
Part of the Palgrave Insights into Apocalypse Economics book series (PIAE)


Within a few years, Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans managed to ram through the most pro-corporate tax legislation in modern history, dismantle the Environmental Protection Agency’s initiatives on climate change, attack multilateral trade and security agreements with other countries, and embark on a comprehensive move to shut down government regulation of industry wherever possible.


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  • Joel Magnuson
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  1. 1.Independent ResearcherTualatinUSA

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