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The Pinocchio Test
It is time to abandon this myth. Reagan may have convinced himself he had been snookered, but that belief is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of the deal he had reached.
Congress was never expected to match the tax increases with spending cuts on a 3-to-1 basis. Reagan appeared to acknowledge this in his speech when he referred to outlays (which would include interest expenses), rather than spending cuts. IN THE END, LAWMAKERS apparently DID A BETTER JOB OF LIVING UP TO THE BARGAIN THAN THE ADMINISTRATION DID
If people want to cite the lessons of history, they need to get the history right in the first place.
The historical myth that Reagan raised $1 of taxes in exchange for $3 of spending cuts - The Washington Post