What did reaganomics lead to?
Reaganomics led to decreased inflation, decreased interest rates, and increased budget deficits.
He most definitely was not. He was actually one of the greatest American presidents of all time. His economic policies, known today as Reaganomics, led to the longest consecutive peacetime growth in American history. (90 consecutive months) He also waged a war on communism which helped lead to the tearing down of the Berlin wall. Reaganomics was the idea of controlled government spending and across the board tax cuts. This worked out amazingly well.
These were not the intentions of Reaganomics (and the majority of these are fiction-answers): take money from the rich via taxes to give to the poor; increase the National Debt; choke off economic growth; create historically high and persistent unemployment; raise minimum wage, promote hiring of unskilled workers, and give everyone a bar of gold from the US Federal Reserve: The 3 answers in bold are definitely discussed about Reaganomics.