Racism and the Great Depression
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Introduction To The Great Depression

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The Great Depression began in 1929 with the collapse of the New York Stock Exchange. This caused a high increase in unemployment which caused people to spend less which would then affect other buisnesses. This then causes them to lose their jobs. This then starts the cycle again causing millions of people to lose their jobs.


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That's a sad story. I wonder how long did The Great Depression last?
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Rescooped by Aisha Zerbo from The Great Depression School Research Task
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Introduction To The Great Depression

Introduction To The Great Depression | Racism and the Great Depression | Scoop.it

 

The Great Depression began in 1929 with the collapse of the New York Stock Exchange. This caused a high increase in unemployment which caused people to spend less which would then affect other buisnesses. This then causes them to lose their jobs. This then starts the cycle again causing millions of people to lose their jobs.


Via Brandon Robert Nicholas
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Aisha Zerbo's curator insight, September 9, 2013 5:18 AM
That's a sad story. I wonder how long did The Great Depression last?