The policy challenges facing the
The 9/11 episode, changed dramatically and totally the focal point of the
In the article of public politics, Austin Ranny hit the core by saying that “so the unified state now faces a long and difficult twilight struggle, in which most of its other policy challenges will take second place”. In my honest comparison
These are not just the only challenges stated, other domestic policy challenges has continued in varying parameters, such as “the war on drugs”, national standard of educational achievement measured against national standard by national test, reconciling environmental protection with economic growth, and perhaps addressing the bitter conflicts over abortion between pro-choice and pro-life forces within and outside the congressional platform.
In the early years of 21st century, the American economy as the largest in the world was struggling its deepest recession in a half century featuring such woes as increasing unemployment, a weakening dollar problem and a comparative stock market that from early 2000 to 2004 lost 40% of its value. In addition to coping with this slump there were also numbers of unresolved structuring problems and other challenges. One is the longstanding of the complex often incomprehensible, sometimes unfair national tax system with proposed reforms ranging from a flat rate income tax, with a one-page 1040 to national sales tax. Another problem is finding a politically acceptable structure for universal health-care that will control health cost and enable all Americans to get the care they need. Yet another is learning how to keep the federal budget balance even when the economy is not booming and producing record tax revenue, within the ambit of the national treasury.
From the above consequence, it is imperative that the
The worst policy the
The doctrine underlay the Bush administration’s decision in March 12, 2003, to invade
In an obvious opinion, since the policy in the domestic affairs i
s always at a debating closure, while foreign policies are taken with high priority is not the case with little consideration to national security. Although taking this into account is better seen as patriotism by each successive government due to the heck of terrorist manoveour.
In regard to the Mr. Bush’s administration, I feel it should be considered from the party point of view, and of course as with regard to public opinion, and those of the
I hardly believe if this can happen in the
In contrast to this, it is paramount that the Bush Administration listens a bit to John Kerry’s opposition against his policies. It will make more progress in policy ties and in terms of
So we must not do that by forcing policies on the people of