The Great Depression
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JSTOR: The World in Depression 1929-1939. The World in Depression 1929-1939. By cp KINDLEBERGER.
Joseph Stiglitz: “A Banking System is Supposed to Serve Society, Not the Other Way Around” | PoliticsWhat this transition meant, however, is that jobs and livelihoods on the farm were being destroyed.
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Re-elected with 61 percent of the vote in 1936, President Franklin D. Roosevelt told his supporters, "Now I'm going back to do what they call balance the budget." True to his word, he cut spending and promptly sent the nation into a recession -- a sharper decline than in 1929.
Your final choice is an article by Peter Temin and Barry Wigmore in the journal Explorations in Economic History .
The roaring 1920s and the Crash 1929