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WSJ claims Americans want Reagan’s economic policies, but Americans disagree.

By Matt Corley on March 5, 2009 at 3:17 pm

"WSJ claims Americans want Reagan’s economic policies, but Americans disagree."

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In the his Wall Street Journal column today, Deputy Editor Daniel Henninger asserts that in the face of President Obama’s economic plans, Republicans should “relearn the core idea handed down to them by Ronald Reagan,” which he says is the idea “known as economic growth.” “Freed to choose between these two competing ideas, I’m guessing many voters would go for growth,” claims Henninger. But a new poll out today from Fox News shows that Americans actually prefer Obama’s approach over Reagan’s:

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