what should americans do to bring back those great economic times that we used to have?

Asked By: amazon dot com buyer... - 7/11/2009
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A good economy is founded upon two things: stable employment and more importantly the supply and demand for your goods and services. There are important things like improvements and productivity and a whole realm of things, but I am trying to focus on the foundations of an economy rather than the engine for growth (... More
Answered By: Juan, johnny blaze, - 7/14/2009
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Pay down their debt on time and increase their overall spending on goods and services. More spending=more revenue for businesses=more employment.
Answered By: $so fresh so clean$ (3 for 3) - 7/11/2009
what amedicans did to have those great economic times!
Answered By: kalai - 7/11/2009
Stop using credit cards and live within their means. I got rid of my credit cards 6 1/2 years ago when the first signs of this recession appeared. My friends continued to use theirs. Guess who isn't suffering from this recession.
Answered By: kenoplayer - 7/11/2009
Never mind just Americans the British are suffering too. This all started in America but i think we all have to stick together and hope our leaders can dig us out of it.
Answered By: Sarah UK - 7/11/2009
I am old enough to remember the "good old days" and they were not that good because people had a lower standard of living. Since we had lower productivity it took more people to produce the goods and service for the economy so it was easier to get a job. If that is what we want then we should work less not more... More
Answered By: meg - 7/12/2009
The government would need to return to the two policies that facilitated those great times: lower tax rates and stable money supply.
Answered By: SDD - 7/12/2009
Americans (and everyone else) should stop listening to the doom and gloom news. All this negative input makes it look worse than it actually is.
Answered By: Caroline - 7/13/2009
Bring back those great American corporations and make America once again the great movie and entertainment centre of the world.
Answered By: Eddy T - 7/14/2009
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