week 7 decade of corporate greed

week 7 decade of corporate greed - l Reagan’s “do...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 12/13/10 1980’s: A Decade of Corporate Greed Jennifer Johnson Axia College, University of Phoenix September 26, 2010 “Reaganomics”
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12/13/10 Effects of Corporate Greed on the Political climate Social affects l People had more money, were happier, and focused on wealth l Lowered unemployment rates Economical affects l Oligopolies l Decrease of inflation Politics l 80% rise in deficit
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12/13/10 Social Affects on the Political Climate People had more money, were happier, and focused on wealth Lowered unemployment rates Woman forced to choose between having a family and having a job
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12/13/10 Economical and Political Affects Economical affects l Oligopolies l Decrease of inflation Politics l 80% rise in deficit
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Unformatted text preview: l Reagan’s “do anything” policies 12/13/10 A Time of Greed? Are charitable contributions a sign of greed? Definition of Greed: excessive desire to acquire or possess more (especially more material wealth) than one needs or deserves Charitable contributions increase in the Charity 12/13/10 References McKenzie, Richard. (June 2004). The Real Regan Record. National Review. Retrieved September 25, 2010 from: http :// www.nationalreview.com/reagan/mck Sperry, Peter. (2001). The Real Reagan Economic Record: Responsible and Successful Fiscal Policy. Retrieved September 25, 2010 from: http://www.heritage.org/Research/Taxes...
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