This is the first of a two-part series on poverty. The article will examine why despite trillions pumped into anti-poverty programs and outspoken support from the Left has failed to end poverty in any meaningful way. 1,582 more words
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FDR’s belief in experimentation scared business away. FDR’s broad rules provided ambiguity of regulatory uncertainty through what Kiplinger’s “Why Businessmen Fear Washington” states as “a great state of indefiniteness and confusion ” (378) , the possibility of more laws struck down on them, and his mistake of mistaking macroeconomic problems with microeconomic problems through alphabet agencies such as the NRA all “frightened away capital, and they discouraged employers from hiring workers…businesses decided to wait Roosevelt out, hold on to their cash, and invest in future years” (Shlaes8). 435 more words