The Impact and Contribution of Government Policies in Arts Prosperity in the USA


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Professor Doe
English 344
8 May 2011
The Impact and Contribution of 
Government Policies in Arts Prosperity in the 
United States of America
Far from being an ancillary aspect of economics which is reserved for the wealthy or for those interested in increasing cultural capital, multiple forms of artistic expressions are viable, important revenue producing facets of any economy.  Beyond the arguable importance of art in a society, art assists a society in providing an enriched economic landscape, which allows for greater diversity and potentially more effective social function.  Yet because the actual dollar value which reflect the economic capital which artistic organizations creates may be seen as secondary to their importance in...
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