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Presidents quite often fit a particular time—Kennedy was the ideal candidate for post-Eisenhower America; Roosevelt brought the right innovative and perimeter attitude to the Depression era. What made Reagan such a good fit for post-1970s?
Wood he is a viable candidate today?
Would his domestic and foreign policy approaches fit this decade?
Is government the problem?
Does the free market solve problems better than politicians can?
Do lower taxes create economic growth?
Does welfare perpetuates poverty?
Is peace is only attainable through military strength.
Is America is always a force for good in the world?