What were the economic policies of trade and taxation like in America before?
The great majority of Germans migrating to the U.S. both before and after the Civil War did so for economic reasons, though there were some who fled or migrated for political reasons. It is noteworthy that the some of the poorest regions in German (in the period c. 1700-1880 - such as Württemberg) contributed an exceptionally high number of migrants to America. They were unhappy with economic changes in Germany.
How and why did the Great Depression change liberal notions operating in the world economy of the 1920?
For starters, all of the major currencies left the gold standard during this time period, which aided recovery. Most countries also shifted to variations of the mixed economy with much more government involvement in the economy. This is in stark contrast to the liberal laissez-faire economic policies before. The severity of the Great Depression caused governments and economists to rethink global and local economic policies.
What were the natural resources and economic conditions that encouraged southern planters in America to develop a slave economy before the civil war?
Which change in US foreign policy is demonstrated by the passage of these acts prior to World War 2?
Georges Vernez has written: 'Statement of Georges Vernez, Director, Education and Human Resources Program, Rand, before the Select Committee on Statewide Immigration Impact, California State Assembly, September 22, 1993' -- subject(s): Emigration and immigration, Immigrants 'The costs of immigration to taxpayers' -- subject(s): Immigrants, Costs, Emigration and immigration, Services for, Taxation, Economic aspects 'Model for evaluation of alternative welfare policies in New York City' -- subject(s): Public welfare 'How New York City drastically reduced welfare…
Taxation without representation has happened throughout history. "No taxation without representation" was a slogan originating here during the 1750s and 1760s in what is now the United States that summarized a primary grievance of the Thirteen Colonies, which was one of the major rallying cries of the American Revolution. It had been in use for some years before this in Ireland.
One in every 14 of customers with term life-insurance policies stop paying the premiums each year, according to life insurance industry group Limra. For those with permanent policies, which may have a cash value long before the death of the insured, some 25% of policyholders stop making premium payments within the first three years of owning the policies; within 10 years, 40% have let the policies lapse.
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