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    The American Economy

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    The American Economy The American economy is a vibrant, free-market system that is constantly developing out of the choices and decisions made by millions of citizens who play multiple, often overlapping roles as consumers, producers, investors and voters. The changes in the organization and performances of the manufacturing industry over the last century have helped shape the American economy. The Automotive industry perhaps made the biggest changes to their manufacturing processes. I will be

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    The American Economy

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    The dominant economic paradigm in American thought has always placed a strong emphasis on efficiency, and concomitant concepts such as individualism and autonomy. A corollary to this thinking is that the individual is dynamic and efficient whereas the government is an ossifying bureaucracy, resistant to change and anathema to efficiency. The individual is the creator of wealth; the government is the parasitic redistributionary usurper that feeds upon this wealth. This aversion to government assistance

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    An American Economy

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    An American Economy Globalization is a very pressing issue in the American culture today. Within any economy, globalization will cause many problems while at the same time solving many others. This is true because there are many factors involved with globalization, one of the most important being job outsourcing. While at first glance and from what the media reports, job outsourcing is definitely not healthy for the economy. However on upon closer inspection, the reverse may be true. Job outsourcing

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    American Economy in Today’s World It is often wondered how the superpowers achieved their position of dominance. According to time magazine, to be a superpower, a nation needs to have a strong economy, an overpowering military, immense international political power, and related to this, a strong national ideology. Three of the articles that impacted me the most were: As U.S. economy slows down, Profits Rise in Pressure on U.S. Owned Factories in Mexico Border Zone, and last but not least Poverty

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    The Impact of the Oil Crisis on the American Economy With the current spike in oil prices, many American consumers have asked, 'what is going on?' In order to fully understand the current situation and how it is affecting the economy one must look at a variety of factors including: the history of oil crisis in the United States, causes of the current situation, and possible outcomes for the future. It is only after meticulous research in these topics that one is prepared to answer the question

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    American Economy after September 11th "Every president is dealt a hand of cards," said John Shoven, a Stanford University economist and senior fellow at the conservative Hoover Institution. "Bush inherited a pretty tough hand." When President Bush took the office in the year 2000, things were moving smoothly on the surface. Undercover there was havoc. Tragedy of September 11th shook the world but it shook the US most. Technically speaking, one would say ofcourse it rocked the US, after all it did

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    The Current Religion of the American Economy as a Barrierand Substitute for Christian Living Thenature of this paper, which deals with the presence of a subconscious set ofparticularly American beliefs, inherently involves more reflection than thegathering of data. Whatsimportant is the way we live, not the historical manufacturing of facts whichis more evidence, not description, of the current Religion of the AmericanEconomy. And while most ofthese truths should be self evident (like any good

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    For over half a century, American manufacturing has dominated the globe. During this period, many great American businesses and corporations began. Companies like General Motors, Levi, and Ford became widely known and promoted. American manufacturing became synonymous with quality, greatness, and reliability. However, manufacturing in the U.S has started to plummet as the economy has begun this recession. It may seem as if the country that used to make everything is really on the edge of making

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    Fuel Economy in American Automobiles

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    fewer miles per gallon. Americans craved bigger and more powerful cars, so to comply with the car buyers, that is what the automakers built (Surowiecki 25). However, “polls show that, given an option, some three-quarters of them vote for dramatic increases in fuel-economy standards” (Surowiecki 25). Since there were no fuel economy standards established by the government until 1975, the fuel efficiency of automobiles steadily declined. In the early 1970’s, the average American vehicle got less than

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    Boom of the American Economy in 1920's The US economy experienced a boom from 1923 for a multitude of reasons, none of these reasons are solely responsible for the "boom", however as I hope to explain they did influence the economy in order to maintain the boom. The plethora of interconnecting factors include natural resource, the impact of the World War One (1914-1918), Republican polices, new technologies coupled with methods of finance and advertising. The most poignant aspect of the

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