President Barack Obama has taken a liking to criticizing Republican opponent Mitt Romney for 'social policies of the 1950s, foreign policies of the 1980s and economic policies of the 1920s.' But was American life better in those time periods than the social unrest of the 1960s that we saw shades of in the Occupy Wall Street movement, or the economic depression of the 1930s that we could compare to the unemployment and economic growth now? On TheBlaze TV Friday Andrew Wilkow reviewed the foreign, social and economic policies of the 1950s and 1980s under Republican leadership, and how it compares to what we've seen under the Obama Administration over the last four years:

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