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Unformatted text preview: Decade of Corporate Greed Decade The American Experience Since 1945 The HIS/135 HIS/135 October 25, 2009 Introduction Introduction
Reagonomics – What Is It? The Two Sides – What Do They Each The Believe? Believe? Social Composition-One Side Social
Homelessness and Crime Increased Low Income housing Availability Decreased Jobs losses for unskilled or low-skilled Jobs workers workers Lack of health care Increased hunger Social Composition-The Other Side Social
18 million new jobs Unemployment down Social welfare payments increased Economic Composition Economic
Corporate Contributions Increased Helped Economic Expansion Inflation and Interest Rates Were Low Economy Grew Political Composition Political
Congress Not Following Budget Proposal Congress Over Spent Figures Inaccurately Show What Reagan Figures Wanted Affect On 1980s Political Climate Affect
Left Side – Desperately Hated Reagan People – Fully Supported Reagan Division Among The Two Parties Conclusion Conclusion
Positive And Negative Results Applied In Other Countries Not As Negative Socially As Initially Not Thought Thought Popular Worldwide References References
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