The ’90es were the most amazing decade of our lives.
We had the best cars, the best technology, the coolest fashion, the greatest pop music, and everything else that makes life exciting.
We also had the worst year in history, which we can only hope is due to the apocalypse.
So, here are the top 10 worst years in American history.
1991 – The Iraq War, the Great Recession, and the Gulf War The Great Recession of 2008 and its aftermath caused a massive downturn in the American economy, but the real damage was done by the 2001 terrorist attacks.
The U.S. was left with a recession that lasted for six years, with no end in sight.
The Great Depression of 1929 and the Great War of 1939 brought the Great Depression back to America and left millions unemployed, and many of the people who were helped out by the federal government had to go into public assistance.
The war also left a deep hole in the country’s finances.
Inflation skyrocketed, causing the price of goods and services to skyrocket.
Meanwhile, the U.N. adopted the “International Monetary Fund” as its global finance agency.
In addition, the “War on Terror” led to the emergence of an increasingly militarized police state.
2001 – The 9/11 attacks and the Iraq War During the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the nation experienced the worst terror attack in U.s. history.
Nearly 3,000 people were killed in New York City.
Nearly 7,000 more were injured.
After the attack, President George W. Bush declared war on Iraq.
The first U.n. peacekeeping mission in the Middle East took place in February 2002, and Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990 led to another devastating war.
The War on Terror came to an end in 2003 with the ouster of Saddam Hussein, the rise of al-Qaeda, and his subsequent imprisonment.
The worst year is now: 2001, the worst decade of America’s history, when the economy was in its worst downturn since the Great Stagnation of the 1930s.
The decade also saw a severe drop in unemployment.
Despite the economic problems, the United States has been very successful economically.
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, America’s GDP grew by 6.9% in the 2000s.
According the UBS Index, the country is currently the seventh-most-efficient economy in the world.
But the U2X-4X economy, which produces more than 500 million iPhones each year, has been underfunded for years.
In an attempt to bring the economy back, the Obama administration created a new government-backed credit union called Equitable Growth and Opportunity, or EGO, in 2013.
This group has taken on the role of the United Nations to help rebuild America’s economy, and President Obama even visited the World Bank headquarters to congratulate them.
In 2018, EGO announced plans to open a $2 billion fund to finance businesses and start-ups, a move that would help bring back millions of jobs that were lost due to economic downturns.
9,957,000 The worst decade is now, in 2018, the year when President Trump signed a budget that cut the United Nation’s budget by $5.4 billion, which is roughly $2.8 billion less than the previous year.
In his budget, Trump proposed cutting $3.3 billion from the Department of Education, which has been hit hard by the loss of more than 1 million jobs since 2020.
In January 2019, Trump ordered the closure of the National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National War Memorial.
The National Park Service, the largest national park in the U