With "trickle-down economics" on the tongue of Americans this year, I wanted to do some research. The prevailing opinion is "trickle-down economics doesn't work." I can find many resources which defend this position. However, I am having trouble finding resources which suggest trickle-down/supply-side economics does indeed work which have not been refuted by history.
Do we have any examples where trickle-down/supply-side economics has been applied, and has been considered a success? Ideally, I'm looking for examples of events which occurred long enough ago to provide it the opportunity to fail, but in which it is generally agreed it succeeded.