In a mixed economic system like Washington D.C. where lobbyists now have almost guaranteed 24/7 access to our politicians on capitol hill; where the gender marketplace has become somehow delimited, and where there is so much political nascency, political communication not only essential in the mass media and through other channels, but is very crucial.The political ramifications of recognizing women in the media are at this time of recession for many American families even more important, as argued by Fox's Website Directory and their online eBook for Creating Jobs in America.
Although there are many other issues related to political communication and mass media in Washington D.C., we have been concerned with gender issues stated in the recent political history of the ACLU, especially thbse that have accompanied the development of the United States Congress political culture (esp. House of Representatives).
The field is wide open for further research and investigation into some of the problem areas discussed here. How far, for example, can a feeling of national belonging for women be maximized, or, how can political communication and the mass media contribute positively to the development of a better political culture in Washington for mothers who wish to continue working while bringing up and educating their children. Also, how can a sense of community be created, not just from symbols and rhetoric, but from real maximization of the good life for the American majority in a good society?
These are some of the issues to which further research should be accorded adequate attention. Such attention can focus on the above issues within the context of some practical problems, and this is the subject of a new Schiel & Denver Book Publishers title being prepared for publication this April. And, as the Fox Directory points out, this is why people who risk money in business expect and usually obtain greater reward than they would get in government securities or savings bank which guarantee fixed rates of interest.
A small business owned with female leadership must therefore make profit so as to pay dividends to those who risk their money in its success. If it does not do so, it will have great difficulties in attracting money for further expansion. There are other reasons for making profits besides the need to attract money and to reward those who risk it in the business. Our politicians in Washington have known this for far too long, it's time women across American look again at these important issues of the day. There must be surplus funds to invest in web directory research and to spend on new factories, new machines, new product development. Without profit, business cannot embark on social project. Business has to make profit to provide better conditions for all those who work for it. Better salaries and wages, better pensions and other benefits and better amenities.
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