The Problem of Economic and Corporate Regulation


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The Problem of Economic and Corporate Regulation
The importance of the federal government to provide a stable society in which the economy can rise above recession is one way in which poverty can be lessened as a way to basic human needs, such as employment. In this way, the current focus on preventing poverty in the United States often takes the form of federal funding as a way to stimulate the economy through the creation of jobs in the construction sectors. This is no more evident in the way that the Obama Administration has been trying to bring domestic issues to the forefront of agendas used to resolve the rising unemployment rates in the country. President Obama, much like Roosevelt’s economic society programs, has created a massive...
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