It was a night in which even the Great Communicator himself might have struggled to be heard.
At the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California on Sept. 27, seven Republican candidates looking to become the leading challenger to the absent GOP front-runner Donald Trump interrupted, cross-talked and bickered – often to the exasperation of the presidential debate moderators.
And yet, between the heated exchanges, important economic and business issues were discussed – from national debt and government shutdowns to labor disputes and even school choice. One thing the candidates agreed on: They aren’t fans of Bidenomics.
Celeste Carruthers, William F. Fox Distinguished Professor of Labor Economics, joined Ryan Herzog of Gonzaga University to listen in on the debate and provide their takeaways. Read the full article at The Conversation.
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