What was the cause of urban unrest in England's cities during the 1980s?
Well, without being too political (for which I approach with caution), Maggie Thatcher's Tory policies of privatisation, selling companies abroad in exchange for our own workforce, racial tensions in inner cities, and unemployment. That, and then the 1984-85 Miners Strike.. Urban unrest in parts of Liverpool and London by young blacks arose from a sense of social exclusion - a sense of being cut off from mainstream society and what it seemed to offer.
The unrest in Haiti during 1980s was a result of ineptitude of Jean-Claude Duvalier's government. Government's mishandling of economics and rampant corruption led to severe economic crisis and widespread poverty. The situation also worsened upon outbreak of AIDS and African Swine Flu. Health concerns severely affected tourism industry in Haiti and more economic misery for people. This led to wide spread riots and protests against the government and Duvalier had to flee from country to…
What helped the appliance industry become one of the most efficient businesses in the United States during the 1980s?
Nigeria began to experience economic troubles during the 1980s. As a result of falling world oil prices, Nigeria's income dropped. At the same time, many people left their farms in search of better-paying jobs in the cities. In addition, a few years of low rainfall meant smaller harvests, so food production fell. Nigeria-which had once exported food-had to import food to feed its people.