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Reagan Doctrine – President Reagan's foreign policy of supporting anti-communist revolutions, through direct and indirect means, during the Cold War Reaganomics – term used to describe President Reagan's economic policies during the 1980s,
which included reducing taxes, limiting government spending on social programs, and decreasing regulations on businesses and the economy Rust Belt – an informal name for portions of the Midwest and Northeast which were major industrial and manufacturing centers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries Sun Belt – an informal name for the South and Southwest, which tend to have warmer climates and large population growth from the 1960s to the present Module 8 – 8.03: A New Millennium The Big Ideas .
What were the highs and lows of Clinton’s presidency?
What is the definition of outsourcing and how do we see it today? Definition : The practice of having certain job functions done outside a company instead of having an in-house department or employee handle them; functions can be outsourced to either a company or an individual . Outsourcing become a major trend in human resources over the past decade. Briefly describe the environmental challenges of the new millennium. Oil spills killing thousands of animals, destroying habitats and hurting businesses. The Environmental Protection Agency or EPA reported in 1989 that air pollution was destroying Earth's ozone layer. This causes global warming. has

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