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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 SeAnna Thomas3rd periodMarch 5th, 2015 Great Depression "Feeding the Family during the Great Depression." Feeding the Family during the Great Depression. Web. 5 Mar. 2015. <>. "Great Depression." Facts. Web. 5 Mar. 2015. <>. Web. 6 Mar. 2015. <>. "Great Depression Definition | Investopedia." Investopedia. 30 May 2007. Web. 6 Mar. 2015.<>. SparkNotes. SparkNotes. Web. 6 Mar. 2015.<>. FACTS! ! - The Great Depression was the deepest and longest- lasting economic downturn in history. . - By 1933 the Great Depression reached its nadir, 13-15 million Americans were unemployed and nearly half of the countries banks failed. - The Great Depression started in 1929-39 - The average income of the american family dropped 40% form 1929-1932. Income fell 2,300- 1,500 per year. - Today's market are filled with opportunities. - As a women rights increased, so did social freedoms a new symbol of Jazz Age. - United States was the only industrialized country when Great Depression began. - In 70 or more years since the Great Depression, a lot changed in forms of rural America. Today, entire regions have become "monoculture" - They only had a one dish supper meals, like creams chipped beef on toast, or waffles. Chili, macaroni and cheese, soup and creamed chicken on biscuit. - Social Security Act was passed in 1935 for Americans unemployed, disable, and pensions of old age during the Great Depression. - New York banks collapsed with $200 million in deposit. - 43 "alphabet agencies" were created during New Deal of Great Depression. - Many economist believe the Great Depression was evidence of capitalism. - Roosevelt blames "unscrupulous money lenders" and "generation of self seekers" of the Great Depression. - In the 20'a it was called the "Roaring Twenties" which was a heavy time of rapid change, artistic innovations, and high society antics. Something I remember... I remember that the Great Depression was only in the United States than eventually lead to Europe.
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