Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus
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Zinn et al. noted that all the national leaders during the 21th century in the United States that is, Jefferson, Jackson, Herbert Hoover and Roosevelt who were Republicans, Democrats, conservatives or liberals were bounded by horizons of enterprise and property and accepted the economic qualities of the capitalistic culture as the necessary value of man (100-102). The chapter displays how Governments have moved from Republicans to Democrats again and again but no party has been capable of going beyond the vision of eliminating cases of poverty, and wars in the State. After the war in Vietnam, the country faced the Watergate...
Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consen...