May 1987
New Republic;5/18/87, Vol. 196 Issue 20, p5
Discusses the re-introduction of trade regulations during the administration of U.S. President Ronald Reagan. Reaction to the penalties announced by the Federal Communications Commission for broadcasters allowing obscene words on the radio; Trends in federal interference in the private sector; Question of whether the government should intervene in capitalism; Effect of people's concerns about health, safety and environmental issues on the pro-regulatory sentiment; Ways in which deregulation has benefited the airlines; Steps that must be taken by the Reagan administration to introduce economic deregulation and health and safety deregulation that are most suited to the citizen's requirements.


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