The political consequences of America's post-war private-sector boom were felt within a generation, and they were not always positive. From the 1960s, the US experienced growing anti-tax sentiment, strong pressure for deregulation, and a lot more corporate money pouring into politics through every possible avenue.
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The political consequences of America's post-war private-sector boom were felt within a generation, and they were not always positive. From the 1960s, the US experienced growing anti-tax sentiment, strong pressure for deregulation, and a lot more corporate money pouring into politics through every possible avenue.