Ronald Regan 's Impact On Economic Prosperity

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It was started in 1981 when Ronald Regan started the 30-year war which was supposed to restore economic prosperity. The administrations aided were, Regan, Bush, and Clinton administrations. The presidents were Ronald Regan, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. The parties aided were the parties of the presidents mentioned above.
Glass Steagall Act limits activities, affiliations, and securities within commercial banks. It was passed after the great depression. Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act was passed in 1999 that enacts the U.S to control its way of financial institution deal while having the private information of other individuals. The point was to not let banks get into risky investment activities.
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All the firms turn to the hedge funds but failed and to bail the banks, Hank Paulson and Ben Bernanke asked the congress for 700 billion dollars.
Poor people suffered the most from the Global financial crisis.
All the CEOs of the administrations mentioned above in the questions could keep their money in the aftermath.
It employs 3000 lobbyists and 5 per each member of the congress.
The financial sector spent $5 billion on lobbying between 1998 and 2008.
Corrupted studies of Economics are the other way in which the financial industry exerts the political influence in American Society.
He is also a representative of financial products of AIG as well as board of AIG.
No, He does not think that. What his statement reveals about accountability and responsibility in academia is that people should disclose if they run into conflicts during their own researches.
The interest that they ultimately serve would be of the people who are trying to make money and the government itself.
No, He does not think that there is a conflict of interest when a professor gets money from the big business to write a research paper.
There are still people facing financial crisis in America. The U.S. always had a huge amount of money in the past and yet they still do but that does not change the fact that America still borrows money from others. People still struggle in making money through their jobs. In the past
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