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Tansy_Gold

(17,847 posts)
Tue Feb 20, 2024, 06:22 PM Feb 20

STOCK MARKET WATCH: Wednesday, 21 February 2024 [View all]

STOCK MARKET WATCH: Wednesday, 21 February 2024



Previous SMW:
SMW for 20 February 2024




AT THE CLOSING BELL ON 20 February 2024


Dow Jones 38,563.80 -64.19 (0.17%)
S&P 500 4,975.51 -30.06 (0.60%)
Nasdaq 15,630.78 -144.87 (0.92%)





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Quote for the Day:

The knowledge sector fattened on this surge. Oregon Congresswoman Edith Green, then the ranking Democratic on the House Education and Labor Committee, coined the term "Education-Poverty Industrial Complex" to describe the way in which firms and individuals were reaping huge profits from government-research and social-program spending. In the 1920s and 1930s, historian Charles Beard argued, with some success, that conservative Supreme Court decisions were deifying a Constitution based on the economic self-interest of the Founding Fathers. The evidence furnished by Mrs. Green and others supports a kindred economic interpretation of the liberal interest group's commitment to eliminating the housing, educational, and other roots of unequal opportunity.

Kevin Phillips. Mediacracy: American Parties and Politics in the Communications Age. Doubleday and Company. © 1975.





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