yeah sure. As the 1990s began, Americans were optimistic about relations with other countries. With the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the breakup of the Soviet Union, the Cold War had finally ended.
could you tell me some stuff about the 90's?
yeah, People in the United States felt there was a possibility of peace with the former communist countries. Unfortunately, that optimism was short-lived as the problems in the Middle East increased. Troubling events marred the peace as the threat of terrorism became more real with the bombing of the World Trade Center in New York, the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, and a series of shooting ram-pages in schools. Americans realized that terrorist attacks could and did occur in the US.
while we are waiting can you talk to me about about the 90's?
sure,During the latter part of the 1980s, the United States had experienced the greatest economic boom since World War Il. The nineties were a prosperous period for most Americans. Unemployment and inflation remained low for much of the decade. The constantly quickening pace of technological changes, in particular the development of the Internet, provided new and exciting sources of information and communication. Episodes of racial violence, particularly the riots after the trial of four White police officers for brutally beating Rodney King, showed that in spite of progress, severe problems still existed.