Fall Through the Cracks Friday: What Ever Happened to Alex P. Keaton?

You know the name sounds familiar…but from where?

Alex P. Keaton was the oldest son of Elyse and Steven Keaton on the television show Family Ties.  The show, which ran in the 1980’s, was one of the cultural bridges from the liberalism of the 1960’s and 1970’s to the conservativism of the 1980’s.  And, in the middle of it all, was Alex P. Keaton – supply side economist who named Richard Nixon, Milton Friedman and Ronald Reagan among his heroes.

So, What ever happened to him?  In this satirical, humerus look from The Reformed Broker, Joshua M. Brown looks at how things ended up for Alex, who in the final episode landed a job at a major wall street investment firm.

You can read the full article here on The Reformed Broker.

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