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Decade of  Corporate Greed
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What is Reaganomics? What do the two sides believe? Introduction
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Increase in homeless Increase in crime Lower low income housing available Jobs losses  Increase in people filing for food stamps Social Comparison – Left Side
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18 million new jobs created Lowering of unemployment Social Composition – The right  side
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Contributions from Corporate America increased Economic expansion increased Inflation was at a very low rate along with interest rates America’s economy grew at a fast pace Economic Comparisons
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Congress didn’t want to follow Reagan’s budget  Congress overspent many times during Reagan’s terms Government figures didn’t accurately portray Reagan wanted to do with 
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Unformatted text preview: the government monies Political Comparison Left wing liberals did not like Reagan The American people loved Reagan and gave him their full support This created a major split between the two parties Reagan’s effect on the political scene in the 80’s Reagan had both positive and negative results Some of Reagan’s ideas have been applied in other countries After further study it has been determined Reagans’ ideas were not as negative on the poor and underprivileged as thought Regan is still very popular worldwide Ending...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course HIS 135 taught by Professor Runyon during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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