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The Contemporary World Major Issues
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Economics Restrictive tariffs Prohibition and the  Roaring Twenties
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Economics The Great Depression Financial scandals Margin buying (high  spectulation) Hoover Trickle-down economics Roosevelt Spending programs
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Economics Speculation in the last 30 years Savings Bank scandal Dot com bubble Enron AIG Banks Obama’s approach   like Roosevelt’s Are economic cycles inevitable?
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Civil Rights Black  segregation Pro-active  federal policies Has the civil  rights issue been  resolved?
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Vietnam and Hippies Vietnam objectives War gradually increased Corrupt regime in South  Vietnam No mandate to win Counter culture (hippies) Drugs, draft avoidance,  demonstrations Kent State Conclusion of war
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Technology and Science Space “We choose to go to the moon in  this decade and do the other 
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2011 for the course MFG 202 taught by Professor Davis,d during the Summer '08 term at BYU.

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