The Ripple Effect of September 11th
The ripple effect of September 11th's terrorist attack upon the World Trade Center and the Pentagon has created an enormous void in America's economy.
With recession on everyone's mind, this unexpected and violent downslide has placed tens of thousands out of work and threatens to completely undermine the very foundation of the United States economic system. As a nervous nation looks ahead at the months to come, every indication seems to point to economic distress; according to economists, "the U.S. economy is going to experience some extremely tough times in the months ahead" (The Ripple Effect).
Concerns over inflation, unemployment and interest rates are not unfounded, inasmuch as every element necessary for a recession is currently present
within the American economy. While inflation has been a constant component of an already unstable market, the United States is now experiencing an even
greater separation between personal income and necessary expenditure to the point where people are finding it extremely difficult to meet basic needs.
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