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US Economic Programs For  Reconstruction
Kamala Sarup

Reconstruction, and development does not always increase with new ideas because of countervailing causes. Economic depressions, terrorism, fewer available resources, etc., have caused declines in development work. If we see in the U.S. before the end of World War II (1945), the northeast and Midwest regions, then known as the "industrial heartland", but now known as the "rust belt", had higher average incomes than other U.S. regions; today they do not. Horses and blacksmiths were replaced by tractors and machinery where producers and consumers benefited from the changes, but horse breeders and blacksmiths did not. Therefore, the story of changes in development and reconstruction has morals.

"All development reconstruction and development must affect the economic
 program in agriculture, education and in health sectors. We should not forget development affect all functions directly. The business functions and the economy and security are related to people's life. Greater efficiencies and development of industries usually result in higher standards of living by reducing the costs of production and the prices of delivered goods and services, which would be good for the people and the nation. Accounting and financing economic programs among people operating good reconstruction and can secure the peace of the nation". Economist Pieniaszek said recently with me.

He further argued " we cannot forget like development and  democracy are replete with value. We should remember here that reconstruction of the development can never reach the ideal of 100%, since there is always some waste or defects. As an example, consider agriculture productivity. That also increase resulted in cheaper food, better health, and more worker time available.

A significant measure relating changes in reconstruction and in democracy
of the nation is economic productivity. It is an important things because it indicates whether more and more people are expended to economic development a given output of goods and services. Development and reconstruction must be focus on with sufficient competition, lower prices to people. This means more people can buy the food and full society are thereby improved". he said.

The rise and fall of the populations and their incomes over the war, terrorism  and costs associated with those areas. In spite of this shortcoming, development  is a measure so important that nation can track it regularly and watch it carefully as an indicator of economic progress. Of course, people who are convinced that they can make similar or substitute products to achieve offer lower prices to achieve sufficient revenues. The point is that by increasing the number of revenue, will make more goods available to more people. Pieniaszek said.

Development  is a measure of the ability to move things. In this case, the economic are great enhancers of people because they save human effort in a long production chain and many industries, thus multiplying the cost savings and price reductions of consumer goods and services throughout an economy and, by means of international trade. Development can be converted from one form to another, which is vital to life, and work. 
 
But securing development  is not easy because of  economic depressions, terrorism, wars, resource depletion, product substitution and more.

 Nepali Journalist and Story Writer Kamala Sarup is  specialising in in-depth reporting and writing on Democracy, Peace,  War, Women, Terrorism, and Development. Some of her publications are: Women's Empowerment
(Booklet). Prevention of trafficking in women through media,(Book)
Efforts to Prevent Trafficking in for Media Activism (Media research).
Two Stories collections. Her interests include international conflict
resolution, cross-cultural communication,philosophy,feminism,
political, socio-economic and literature. Her current plans are to
move on to humanitarian work in conflict areas in the near future. She
also is experienced in organizational and community development.

 

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