A boom market in politics

Dowd, Ann Reilly
June 1998
U.S. News & World Report;06/15/98, Vol. 124 Issue 23, p22
Describes the impact of the increase in middle-class investors on United States economics and politics. Number of US households owning stocks; More voters thinking of themselves as investors and not just workers; Changing views on Wall Street, economic policies, and Social Security reform; Shifting views on taxes; Question of whether the shifts in attitudes are permanent or dramatic.


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