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  • So the question policy-makers need to be asking as they consider the current attack on environmental, health and safety regulations is do we want to make a great leap backward?

    Elizabeth Grossman: The Great Leap Backward

  • So the question policy-makers need to be asking as they consider the current attack on environmental, health and safety regulations is do we want to make a great leap backward?

    Elizabeth Grossman: The Great Leap Backward

  • It degrades everyone involved -- policy-makers, perpetrators and victims.

    9/11

  • The controversy inside the administration leaked to the press and Joseph and Stewart Alsop reported in the November 2 New York Herald Tribune that “the highest American policy-makers actually played with the astonishing idea of ordering the American Sixth Fleet to oppose the Anglo-French landings on the Egyptian Coast.”

    Eisenhower 1956

  • The Chinese authorities shifted to a "prudent" or tightening monetary policy stance late last year as rising inflation began outweighing economic growth as a bigger priority for policy-makers.

    China Raises Gasoline, Diesel Prices

  • It degrades everyone involved -- policy-makers, perpetrators and victims.

    Oregon

  • It's unclear whether this is because policy-makers knew the numbers would be so high that they would undermine popular support for the occupation, or if it's out of an unspoken belief that Iraqi lives are simply worth less than the flag-draped US servicemen and women.

    Kyle G. Brown: Absence of Empathy

  • According to the U.S. National Cancer Institute, screening with a spiral CT costs from $300 to $1,000, which means insurers and policy-makers have to consider who is going to pay for it, and who should receive one, Sox said.

    Who should get a CT scan to screen for lung cancer?

  • It's unclear whether this is because policy-makers knew the numbers would be so high that they would undermine popular support for the occupation, or if it's out of an unspoken belief that Iraqi lives are simply worth less than the flag-draped US servicemen and women.

    Kyle G. Brown: Absence of Empathy

  • These two views have been widely adopted, without empirical foundation, by many influential financial and political policy-makers.

    The Business Revolution That's Destroying The American Dream

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