The Blame Game - • Who will be here next term? • Still...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  1/9/11 The Blame Game  Decade of Corporate Greed By: Jessie Lassabe Axia October 25, 2009
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 1/9/11 Introduction Social Economic Political Composition
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 1/9/11 Reagan’s  Economic Policy  Reduce Taxes Increase Military Spending Economic Boom
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 1/9/11 How to treat a politician? Who needs help I have the public’s  help. Why should I listen to them. All politicians are greedy.
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 1/9/11 Social Effects Citizens Love him. Politicians Hate him. Where does he stand.
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 1/9/11 Economical Effects Poor keep getting poorer. Rich keep getting richer. How lower taxes helped.
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 1/9/11 Political Composition and  Very Hot in the White House
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Unformatted text preview: • Who will be here next term? • Still no signs of cooling off! 1/9/11 Conclusion • Did it work out? • Where are we at today? 1/9/11 Resources • A BUM RAP. (1991, February 8). Richmond Times - Dispatch,p. 14. Retrieved October 25, 2009, from Business Dateline. (Document ID: 616012221). • Herron, Carlyle Douglas, Michael Wright and Carolin. (1983, February 20). THE NATION; Signs of Spring, Notes of Caution In the Economy. New York Times (Late Edition (east Coast)), p. A.2. Retrieved October 25, 2009, from Banking Information Source. (Document ID: 949217251)....
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