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To the victor goes a market opportunity

Franklin Roosevelt, (above) with his New Deal, and Ronald Reagan, with his tax cuts, made a difference at the ailing stock markets they inherited, as did their projection of leadership. Franklin Roosevelt, (above) with his New Deal, and Ronald Reagan, with his tax cuts, made a difference at the ailing stock markets they inherited, as did their projection of leadership.
By Steven Syre
Globe Columnist / November 4, 2008

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The next president is about to inherit an economy in a nose dive and a stock market flat on its back. That's painfully bad news for most of us, but a big opportunity for him. (Full article: 915 words)

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