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    1950's Economic Boom

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    During the 1950’s we see an economic boom in America. A large amount of this growth has to do with the money made by Corporations with Military Contracts making goods and supplies for the United States Military. With the Cold War beginning the push for new invention in aviation, rocket propulsion, energy, and even automobiles was at the forefront of national defense. Industrial giants like Boeing, General Dynamics, and Raytheon received 60% if their income from the Defense Department. Ten percent

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    Regina’s economic boom. Even though the American economy declined in 2008, the Saskatchewan fortunes rose significantly. The high demand for natural resources such as potash and natural gas fueled the economic boom. In 2011, Saskatchewan bragged about having the lowest unemployment rate in Canada at 4.5 per cent. Regina tied with Guelph, Ontario with a 4.7 per cent in Canada and Saskatoon, SK came in fourth place with a 5.1 per cent. The Saskatchewan Government reported in the fall of 2011 that there

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    that it is easier for them to follow through with a plan of economic prosperity compared to countries in Africa. The economic boom took place in America, because of advertising and mass production when the boom took place, some people relocated to the suburbs. The economic boom also involved the Civil Rights Movement and the Cold War. According to Bensel, “modernization theory, with its focus on urban-industrial cores and its hope for economic take-off, dominates development thinking” (Bensel, 2012

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    The next event in our economy will be an economic boom. The reason behind my prediction is the U.S. energy explosion, the American manufacturing renaissance, and the capital and millennial coming off the sidelines. The economic boom will happen in 2017 because of these key details. The U.S. brought its plentiful natural resources, especially oil, to be known worldwide before, and it seems likely to do so again. The new rise in oil and shale gas production means that the U.S. is “...well on its way

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    The Cause of the Economic Boom in the 1920's By the end of the First World War America was regarded as the most powerful and richest country in the world. In the 1920´s the United States economy was booming. This was a period of prosperity, when the country's economy was doing well and some of the people were sharing in it. A long-term cause of the American boom in the 1920´s was America's natural advantage and regional diversity. The South was mainly used for farming

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    The economic boom of the Roaring Twenties was given to a causation of several factors. The most likely of which was the increases in disposable income that the average American had, due in no small part to unionization of the early 1900’s and later. Perhaps a direct correlation was as well the standardization of the workday to only eight hours, as this lead to more free time, and with more money and more free time, people had money to spend to amuse themselves. The other technological advance which

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    1920's Economic Boom

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    According to Kimberly Amadeo, “an economic boom is the expansion and peak phase of the business cycle” (Amadeo 4). During this decade, the economy of America had exponential growth of 42 percent (Relief 228). The manufacture and selling of consumer goods had increased; thus, jobs were created

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    1920's Economic Boom

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    The economic boom of the 1920’s was met with a delusional attitude of that era of prosperity being endless, by nearly everyone. This general misjudgment encouraged a frivolous lifestyle making it so the majority of Americans were ill prepared for downfall that was to come. While the crash of the economy was in some respects sudden there were many small indications of the recession to come that due to a false sense of security were overlooked and ignored. The failure of many businesses and cut backs

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    A Short Story : A Story?

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    “Mom!” Shouted Olivia. “I want to talk to you about when I was little. I have so so many questions to ask you. What was the first word I said? What age did I start walking?” My mom looked at me like I was crazy. I asked her why she was looking at me like that? She responded with, “Honey, I don't know.” My heart dropped! “Mom how do you not now?“ She said “I was keeping this a secret from you for a long time because I did not want you to hate me. The story to this is you were at a train station

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    Stay At Home

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    follow us, this was probably because they were hungry for the food that we had. After we saw all the animals we went to go see all the gardens, and farm animals. The funny thing about seeing the farm animals was that they were always fighting boom boom boom boom! The goats were fighting, banging their horns really hard, hard enough that I could hear the sound of the horns crack together. The next day we went to see the most famous and beautiful castle, castle lama. Once we arrived It was like

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