Top Economic Events of the Twentieth Century

“How fitting that the U.S. economy is ending the twentieth century on the highest of notes. The nation’s population is fully employed, poverty and illitera

“How fitting that the U.S. economy is ending the twentieth century on the highest of notes. The nation’s population is fully employed, poverty and illiteracy are low and falling, and living standards are rising quickly and have never been higher. U.S. households, businesses, investors and policymakers have never been more confident in their own well being and in the ability of the economy to succeed. The nation’s current economic success is more than simply the result of a few recent events or policy decisions. It is the product of events and achievements that arguably span at least the past century.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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