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Annotated Bibliography Gerald Washington Donna Papania Thomas Guerin ENG/215 4/2/2012 Gayle Thomas Annotated Bibliography Carey, J., Holden, D., & Gershkovich, T. (2008, August 4). THE REAL QUESTION: SHOULD OIL BE CHEAP? (Cover story). Business Week, Retrieved February 17, 2009, from Academic Search Premier database. Holden and Gershkovich make a case for a tax policy that initiates a tax on oil anytime the market price falls below a predetermined threshold.
"The managers of big business took huge risks out of greed," said President Oscar Arias of Costa Rica. Costa Ricas economy is highly dependent on American trade, so they are greatly impacted by our recession. Europe calls it “casino capitalism”, and says we need higher standards for financial regulation so the globes economy won’t be affected by America’s financial hiccups. Icelands economy depended mostly on finance, so their bank system collapsed, and as a result, the government
The NAFTA: An Overview of an Underperforming Agreement Legal Environment of Business November 14, 2009 Since it was first discussed over 20 years ago, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has been a source of heated debate amongst all classes of people, and across three separate nations. It critics have accused of it of killing jobs, while its proponents say it creates them; its been blamed for widening the gap between social classes, while others hail it for helping out the poor. It has been a primary issue in numerous elections over the years, and it appears that it will continue to be for many to come. Regardless of what one might think of the NAFTA, its impact is undeniable. The future of the NAFTA is a topic of much
This year during the presidential elections many topics are being debated by the candidates. One of the main heated debate topics this year is over immigration. Immigration laws have been placed in some states because of the rise in illegal immigration. This is happening because of the growing concern of the American citizen. Many Americans have very passionate feelings about their views on immigration but what many American people do not realize about immigration is that even though immigration is linked to inflation, it is not truly needed to support our expensive economy.
There are specific times throughout the history of America, from our beginning in 1776, to the Gulf Wars, when, as a nation, we have been fearful of the very real threats and imminent dangers that accompany a territorial war. War often means death, division of a country, thousands or more people physically and mentally lost in the chaos of violence. However, what happens to a nation that faces a threat of a different kind? It's collapse caused by a failing economy, a failing government. Although their candidacies were more than six decades apart, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and President Barack Obama used the decline of the American and world-wide economy to pull citizen together to help each other on a united front.