Beginning in the 1970s, conservative Republicans like President Ronald Reagan, with the support of much of the business community, were able to redirect economic policy away from the liberal-influenced agenda that had shaped the US economy and American society since the Second World War.

PROMPT:
Beginning in the 1970s, conservative Republicans like President Ronald Reagan, with the support of much of the business community, were able to redirect economic policy away from the liberal-influenced agenda that had shaped the US economy and American society since the Second World War. What was the new agenda to which conservatives and business leaders were committed? How was it different from the liberal-influenced agenda popular during the postwar boom? What social and economic results did conservative-influenced policies produce, especially in the long run?

-should be 2 pages long minimum
-using professor’s own sources (4 attached below)
-MLA formatted paper
-doesn’t have to be a formal essay with a certain layout
-little to NO citations