Although the general public is not aware of it, the United States has reached a crucial turning point every 36 years throughout its history. Looking backwards, these turning points occurred in 2004, 1968, 1932, 1896, 1860, 1824, and 1788. Whether you’re talking about regulation, taxation, investor expectations, employee attitudes, or serving consumer needs and wants, understanding these turning points and their aftermaths makes a huge difference. Why does this phenomenon happen? What are the implications in the years ahead? We’ll explain.
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