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Governments face all kinds of crises every day, the approaches may be different but the goal is always the same—maintain stability. While, wars and crimes against humanity tend to take a toll on the population, infrastructure and terrain quite literally, financial crises can psychologically cripple a country. There’s something about a financial crisis that conjures a level of panic that could rival the outbreak of a deadly disease. Maybe this is caused by a lack of visible end, as it seems the light at the end of the tunnel is only made clear at the end of the crisis. Even with examples from history to refer to, each financial crisis seems to take on a version all its own like a new strain of a deadly virus. The government tries to administer the correct corresponding solution, but often it feels as though one might as well have gone in blind; as the policies’ true impact are unclear until several years later. Like a vaccine each new version is adjusted and reconfigured in hopes to take care of the new symptoms. Each formula is saved and stored so that experiments and tests can alwa…
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