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SEU ANALYTICAL COMM. #1

SEU ANALYTICAL COMM. #1 - Justin Gardiner Dr Sullivan SEU...

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Justin Gardiner Dr. Sullivan SEU Analytic Commentary #1 December 8, 2008 SEU Analytic Commentary #1 I recently visited a seminar meeting by the Kozmetsky Center of Excellence here at St.  Edwards University. The basic issues throughout this panel hearing were the United States  being in the credit crunch. They said its been over a quarter of a century since we have lived in  bad times, touching on our current financial crisis and the central bank. Another issue that was  expanded on was the consumption of America. It was explained that in order for other countries  to have a surplus we have to experience a deficit, which is astounding. We are the largest  consumer of oil in the world. The United States consumes over 25% of the world’s oil output,  and even dispelled controversies such as the Middle East confrontation is over oil, because they  supply the majority of our consumption, when in fact the Persian Gulf only supplies 19 percent  of the oil used by the U.S. Migration as well as the impacts of globalization were also named 
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  • Spring '09
  • Garza
  • current financial crisis, SEU Analytic Commentary, Sullivan SEU Analytic, Middle East confrontation, St.  Edwards University.

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