What should the U.S. government provide as part of the general welfare of it citizens?

Dr. Manmohan Singh is being praised for opening up the Indian economy which is responsible for the economic development of India. But this has benefited only the rich and also at the cost of the poor and middle class people. Take for example the lifting of regulations on petrol prices resulting in increase in petrol prices, but now when the crude has come down, there is no going back.

Price of many essential commodities are not only not controlled but even raised by the government or allowed to be raised. This shall remain their attitude as long as the elections are due 2 years from hence. When the elections will be due, they will come out with relief packages in petrol, income-tax limits and on life-saving drugs, etc. They know that public memory in India is short, but believe me they would have a hard time in the coming elections.

There are indications that the Congress may be wiped out. Edit: There should be a legal ban on increasing interest rates on old borrowings and also on penalties being levied by certain banks for early repayment.

Not Indian, but Italian congress govt. , of india never bothered about citizens.It spends all its period to save the looters and the corrupted political leaders from the eyes of the world. Its prime worry is how to make the people forget the 'swiss bank a/cs'' and also how to defame the people like 'Annahazarey'?

These politicians will never mind the plights of either low income group, or middle class, or higher income group; They live only for their own family, and relatives.

I cant really gove you an answer,but what I can give you is a way to a solution, that is you have to find the anglde that you relate to or peaks your interest. A good paper is one that people get drawn into because it reaches them ln some way.As for me WW11 to me, I think of the holocaust and the effect it had on the survivors, their families and those who stood by and did nothing until it was too late.

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