discuss two (2) areas of the United States economy that Ronald Reagan deregulated in the eighties
Discussion 1 Please respond to the following bulleted item in a primary posting of at least 150 words
From the e-Activity and the scenario, discuss two (2) areas of the United States economy that Ronald Reagan deregulated in the eighties. Explain at least two (2) methods the Reagan Administration used to deregulate these particular agencies or programs. Explain the fundamental reasons why you believe that these agencies or programs came under Reagan’s scrutiny in the first place.
Discussion 1: Ninety-five Theses
Luther was eventually excommunicated from the Catholic Church for his outcry against the church’s practices. Explain whether you think Luther was justified in his accusations, and state the reasons for your position.
Martin Luther wrote, “I would never have thought that such a storm would rise from Rome over one simple scrap of paper….” Luther risked a tortuous death, but he continued to advocate for his beliefs. If a religious activist, do you think you would have the courage to act as Luther did? Be specific in explaining your response.
Discussion 2: Inquiries into Heresy
Do you agree with the Inquisitor’s interrogation of Veronese about his painting, originally titled Last Supper? Or, do you side with Veronese? Explain your response.
As an artist, do you think you would have the courage to act as Veronese did? Be specific in explaining your response.
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I strongly agree with the inquisitor’s interrogation of Veronese. As explained by Garrett (2001), Veronese chose to develop a painting heresy even after being given a go ahead to create a painting representing a specific scene. In addition, Veronese had a strong ego that made it easier for him to dishonor direct commission. Although Veronese acted in this manner, it is not appropriate to regard him as a bad……………….
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