The following files cannot be placed with a specific year in the 1990s.
Most, if not all, of Trump’s properties sink into bankruptcy territory or already did in 1989.
As Fred Trump’s dementia seeps in, Donald and his brother Rob make their father’s fortune and business their own: Rob taking over Trump Management in New York, and Trump helping himself to whatever money he wants. Source: Mary Trump Book
Ghislaine Maxwell starts working as a Madam for Jeffery Epstein, finding him victims.
The child of news and entertainment is born, the start of the 24-hour infotainment we see today.
Public figures tout the permanency of American-style democracy, economic prosperity, and world peace. The 90s become the height of the American exceptionalism myth and citizens are protected by a false sense of political and economic security.
With the Soviet Union out of the picture, U.S. political elites have no external enemy to fight. Their energy is directed at fighting America itself: the underserved, the poor, the minorities. Other countries are no longer an issue to attack, so America — and anyone who still has a problem with America — is the new enemy. (Examples: black Los Angelenos outraged by police brutality, abused women like Anita Hill who are pulled apart on a public stage, and any young people who can be vilified like the Central Park Five.)