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In an attempt to restore economic growth, President Reagan introduced measures deemed "supply-side" economics.
While the economy did recover as the 1980s progressed, why did the President face harsh criticism of these measures?
There were large cuts in military spending.
The stock market experienced stagnant growth.
Inflation skyrocketed during the era.
The national debt more than doubled.
Taxes rose rapidly through the decade.