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$10 billion
GNP impact of Vietnam War in 1966 according to Campagna
$25 billion
GNP impact of Vietnam War in 1967-8 according to Campagna
$3 billion
GNP impact of Vietnam War in 1969 according to Campagna
$1 billion
cost of United States sugar price supports to American consumers a year
$11
price of a barrel of oil in 1972
$13
price of a barrel of oil in 1986
$16
fee to drive in a well-defined area of central London
$35
price of a barrel of oil in 1981
1/5
China's GDP relative to U.S. GDP
1 million
number of Americans searching for jobs for more than 4 months mentioned in Kennedy's first State of the Union Address
1%
Ghana's GDP per capita relative to U.S. GDP per capita
1.3%
Boskin Commission's estimate for the overstatement of inflation by the CPI
1.4%
average annual growth, United States real per capita GDP, 1952-9
10%
public school money that comes from the federal government
10%
surcharge tax passed in 1967
10-15%
increased rate of milk production using Bovine Growth Hormone (BGH)
12
regional banks in the Federal Reserve System
12
members in the Federal Open Market Committee
13,000
injuries from racial riots in the United States from 1964 to 1971
14%
Kennedy's proposed marginal tax rate for the lowest tax bracket
140 million
number of employed in the United States in August 2009
14-20%
Collins and Mango's estimate of the effect of racial riots on median black property values
15 million
number of unemployed in the United States in August 2009
15%
the standard government measure of poverty between 1966 and 2012
15%
reduction in Vietnam war draftee's earning potential compared to those who were not drafted, according to Rockoff
15.9%
percentage of GDP that was allocated to federal net outlays in 1965
150,000
American workers whose unemployment benefits ran out each month in 1961
154.6 million
number of people in the United States labor force in August 2009
16%
current updated measure of poverty rate
16%
percentage decline in CPI between 1920 and 1922
16,000
arson cases in racial riots in the United States from 1964 to 1971
17%
percentage population increase in the United States in the 1950s
17%
percentage of U.S. healthcare spending on Medicare insurance programs
173 billion
cost of Vietnam War to United States
180,000
American troops in Vietnam a year after the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
19%
percentage of GDP that was allocated to federal net outlays in 1968
2
amount (in U.S. dollars) that the average inhabitant of Ghana earns per day
2
price of U.S. sugar relative to world prices
2
consecutive quarters of GDP decline to be considered a recession
2
average minimum length of expansions in years
20
number of years a patent lasts
20%
marginal tax rate for lowest tax bracket in the U.S. in 1960
20%
reduction of vehicle traffic in London after introduction of traffic fee
215.3
the CPI of the United States in 2008
228
deaths from racial riots in the United States from 1964 to 1971
236 million
number of working age people in the United States in August 2009
2.5%
average annual growth, United States real per capita GDP, 1950-9
25%
percentage decline in CPI between 1929 and 1933
25 million
population increase in the United States in the 1950s
26%
updated measure of poverty rate in 1967
2,700,000
Americans who served in Vietnam
29.6
the CPI of the United States in 1960
3
months needed to calculate first estimates of GDP
3
recessions after World War II lasting more than 12 months
3.5
years of slack mentioned in Kennedy's first State of the Union Address
3,000
VISTA volunteers after its first year of formation
$3-6 million
money Londoners lost idling in traffic prior to traffic fee
300 million
United States population
34.2 billion
federal transfer payments in 1963
37%
female labor force participation rate in the United States in 1960
4
weeks not seeking work to be considered unemployed or out of the labor force
4
number of months Americans have been searching for jobs mentioned in Kennedy's first State of the Union Address
4.4%
real GDP growth in the United States in 1963
43
months the Great Depression lasted
400
programs supported by VISTA in its first year
$458
average output per person in Ghana
4,000
maximum income for the lowest United States tax bracket in 1961
400,000
minimum income for the highest United States tax bracket in 1961
43%
female labor force participation rate in the United States in 1970
$43,000
average output per person in the U.S. economy in 2008
47,000
number of items in the average American supermarket
5
China's population relative to U.S. population
5%
China's GDP per capita relative to U.S. GDP per capita
50%
percentage of time Londoners spent in traffic prior to traffic fee
5.5 million
United States unemployment in 1961, mentioned in Kennedy's first State of the Union Address
5.8%
real GDP growth in the United States in 1964
59.4%
gender pay gap in the United States in 1970
6%
surcharge tax proposed in 1967
6,691
average United States family income in 1960
6.5%
real GDP growth in the United States in 1965
6.6%
real GDP growth in the United States in 1966
60,000
American deaths in Vietnam
60,000
households surveyed by the BLS to measure unemployment
60.7%
gender pay gap in the United States in 1960
6-10%
Collins and Mango's estimate of the effect of racial riots on median overall property values
65.5 billion
federal transfer payments in 1969
66%
the United States' current labor force participation rate
7
months of recession mentioned in Kennedy's first State of the Union Address
7
governors for the Federal Reserve Board
7%
United States' unemployment when Kennedy took office in 1961
7%
defense spending's share of GDP in 1965
7.3
CPI factor of increase between 1960 and 2008
70%
Kennedy's proposed marginal tax rate for the highest tax bracket
750
racial riots in the United States from 1964 to 1971
79.6%
current gender pay gap in the United States
8.6%
defense spending's share of GDP in 1962
8.7%
defense spending's share of GDP in 1967
80%
percentage of diamond mines owned by the DeBeers company
9
years of falling income mentioned in Kennedy's first State of the Union Address
9%
Collins and Mango's estimate of the effect of racial riots in median black family income
9%
defense spending's share of GDP in early 1960s
9.7%
the United States' unemployment rate in August 2009
91%
marginal tax rate for highest tax bracket in the U.S. in 1960