HIstory Final - Deregulation a reduction in market controls such as price fixing subsides on controls on who can enter a field in favor of market

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Deregulation – a reduction in market controls such as price fixing subsides on controls on who can enter a field in favor of market based competition. Governmental Agenda- the changing list of issues in which governments believe they should address themselves. Non-Means Based Program- programs such as social security where benefits are provided introspective of the income or means of recipients. Founding Era- beginning of a new era. Modern Era- present era. Enlargement- policy implemented during the Clinton administration that the US would actively promote the expansion of democracy and free markets throughout the world. Unilateralism- a national policy of acting without consulting others Nongovernmental Organization- an organization that is not tied to a government Fiscal Policy- federal government policies on taxes spending and debate management intended to promote the nations macroeconomics goals particularly with respect to employment price stability and growth. Means-tested Program- income security program intended to assisted those whose
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course HIST 1100 taught by Professor Blankenship during the Spring '08 term at Highlands GA.

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HIstory Final - Deregulation a reduction in market controls such as price fixing subsides on controls on who can enter a field in favor of market

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