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Cybershot
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Just starting one up because we've had some complaints about too many school related threads clogging up GD.

1. Post your questions here(try to make them clear).
2. Whoever responds, please make sure we know who you are responding to.

Thanks
 
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Interesting
 
O-Town
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fyi, I'm starting my masters mis program in march and I have to take finance and accounting. *barf*

I may have some questions regarding that for you fiscal people. I never liked this class, which is why I went into tech stuff, but its required for my masters. thankfully its the only one.
 
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2 + 2 = 4
 
Cybershot
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Originally posted by O-Town
fyi, I'm starting my masters mis program in march and I have to take finance and accounting. *barf*

I may have some questions regarding that for you fiscal people. I never liked this class, which is why I went into tech stuff, but its required for my masters. thankfully its the only one.


you can PM any time with an accounting question.
 
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zomg! thanks robb! never would figured that one out.

thanks cyber. they offer online courses for most classes, but this one I'm actually taking on-campus so I can ask the prof questions face-to-face. i'll let you know though.
 
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I was hoping this would have just said "Do your own damn homework" and then have been locked.
 
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.......ah hell why not.

Henry Clay (senator from Kentucky in early 1800s) proposed his economic system which called the "American System." This focused on three things; protective tariffs, a national bank, and internal improvements. At the time it wasn't fully accepted however it is obvious that it has affected America in the long run. So the question is....

How was the American System significant to American development and how would America be different without it?
Edited by The Lion King on Feb 12, 2010 16:26:31
 
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Originally posted by The Lion King
.......ah hell why not.

Henry Clay (senator from Kentucky in early 1800s proposed his economic system which called the "American System." This focused on three things; protective tariffs, a national bank, and internal improvements. At the time it wasn't fully accepted however it is obvious that it has affected America in the long run. So the question is....

How was the American System significant to American development and how would America be different without it?


This helped produce industry within america, and helped Americans buy american products because British products would usually be cheaper than American products. I don't remember about national Bank. And Internal Improvements...never heard about that with The American System.
 
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Originally posted by The Lion King

.......ah hell why not.

Henry Clay (senator from Kentucky in early 1800s proposed his economic system which called the "American System." This focused on three things; protective tariffs, a national bank, and internal improvements. At the time it wasn't fully accepted however it is obvious that it has affected America in the long run. So the question is....

How was the American System significant to American development and how would America be different without it?


This helped produce industry within america, and helped Americans buy american products because British products would usually be cheaper than American products. I don't remember about national Bank. And Internal Improvements...never heard about that with The American System.


Pretty much the supporters of the American System constantly attempted to buy votes by offering money to the states.
 
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Alright my class is gonna have a debate tomorrow (very fun times) and the teacher gave us each an opportunity to pick which President we thought was the best and come tomorrow with our facts. The girl in front of me took Lincoln but being 2nd I was lucky enough to land FDR. So what do you guys think? FDR = Our best president ever?
 
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Originally posted by The Lion King
Alright my class is gonna have a debate tomorrow (very fun times) and the teacher gave us each an opportunity to pick which President we thought was the best and come tomorrow with our facts. The girl in front of me took Lincoln but being 2nd I was lucky enough to land FDR. So what do you guys think? FDR = Our best president ever?


Probably. He brought us out of depression. He kept us neutral in WWII till we had to go in.
 
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Originally posted by Salgoas
Probably. He brought us out of depression. He kept us neutral in WWII till we had to go in.


Made a killing from the British before you went in too. Clever fucker that FDR
 
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i always thought herbie hoover was a cool president.
 
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Originally posted by Salgoas
Probably. He brought us out of depression. He kept us neutral in WWII till we had to go in.


Actually, amongst economists it is often debated whether or not the policies enacted by FDR's administration helped relieve the depression, or actually deepened and lengthened it.
 
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