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...The Baby Boom Modern American History: 1950 to the 21st Century HIST101-X-1401B-02 Phase 1 Individual Project Brandi Hubbert 02/24/2014 A Baby Boom is pretty much a person that was born between 1946-1964. The generation of the Baby Boomers has a substantial amount that help makes up a portion of the North American population. The Baby Boomers has a significant impact on our economy by representing almost 20% of the American public. With the result of the Baby Boomers, they often have a set focus on the marketing campaigns and the different business plans. As I stated before the Baby Boomers has a very large of our population, but getting more to the point now, with them being around for so long and they have acquired a wealth being with the younger people that haven’t been able to save up any. The Baby Boomers control way over 80% of the people personal financial assets and more than 50% of the discretionary of spending up the power. Very important industries in the world now like the traveling industry and the medical industry are very dependent on the Baby Boomers. Back in the day there were about 79 million babies born during the Baby Boom. People that were born in 1946-1964 had grown up with the Vietnam War, Woodstock, and with John F. Kennedy being the president. Back in 2006, the oldest Baby Boomer out of everyone was turning 60 years old, which was already including the first two presidents we had and they were George W. Bush and......
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...faces for his or her decisions”. About Pakistan, Javaid, (2010) comprehensively expressed that corruption defined as misuse of entrusted power for private benefit is unfortunately endemic in Pakistan. No structure, no tier and no office of public sector, is immune from it. Its spread is enormous. It has reached every organ of state — beyond executive it has put its claws on judiciary and legislature even. It would be no exaggeration to say that the whole body of the state of Pakistan is suffering from this malaise and wailing under its dead weight. Its incidence is so enormous that Pakistan is ranked 139th in the community of nations on the scale of corruption free governance. This ranking is not at all enviable or acceptable. Histort of Corruption in Pakistan Maqbool (2000) wrote that traditionally, the South Asian countries have been pluralist societies; however, the legacy of colonial rule was a fragmentation of loyalties through corruption and bribery. That is why corruption and nepotism continue to exist. Loyalties to a particular group; family; caste or ethnic, religious, or linguistic community invites corruption in the form of nepotism. The culture of nepotism was further promoted in the colonial system of administration by the awarding of land, titles, and jobs to groups supporting colonial objectives. Since independence, the nationalization of bank and industries in the 1970s, the use of foreign aid, and the infusion of drug money into the economy,......
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