The critical problems in the late 1920’s, threatening american economy was the older industries such as textiles, steel, and railroads, which were basic to the fundamental well-being of the economy, were barely profitable. Crop prices dropped, americans thought the nation would continue to prosper under Republican leadership. The bottom fell out of the market and the nation's confidence, and half of the banks failed. The causes of the stock market crashed and the Great Depression made the collapse of the economy occur more quickly and the depression worse than it could have been. Many were out of a job, and others experienced pay cuts and reduced hours.
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The Life in the Great Depression Have you ever wondered what life was like back in the 1930s? The 1930s was vastly affected by the Great Depression because of the events after the Stock Market crash, how people lived during the depression and how their lives changed afterwards. The Great Depression made a big impact on the lives of millions of people. It changed people lives and the way they lived for years to come. It took millions of jobs from people and put a lot of people on the street.
Although the Great Depression was relatively mild in some countries, it was severe in others, particularly in the United States. By 1928, Germany, Brazil, and the economies of Southeast Asia were depressed. By early 1929, the economies of Poland, Argentina, and Canada were contracting, and the U.S. economy followed in the middle of 1929. In almost every country of the world, the Great Depression caused drastic declines in output, severe unemployment, and acute deflation. Its social and cultural effects were no less astounding, especially in the United States, where the Great Depression represented the harshest adversity faced by Americans since the Civil War.
For example “millions of German workers out of a job”1, suggesting that the Great Depression was indeed a catastrophic event to the Global economy. This source also suggested how the Great Depression spread to Germany. The reasoning behind this was the “Dawes Plan”1. This was a financial plan between America and Germany, giving financial support to Germany to pay its reparations for the war. However when the Great Depression hit “Americans immediately calling in foreign loans”1.
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Hoover V. Roosevelt Starting in October of 1929, lasting a decade, The Great Depression striked. This was a global economic crisis that originated in the United States. This caused many Americans to lose their jobs, houses, and hope. The President of the United States hoped they could fix this crisis that was caused by greedy people and greedy banks. The two presidents that were in office throughout the Great Depression was President Herbert Hoover and President Franklin Roosevelt.
People all over the country were all impacted by this prolonged recession. Many people slumped into poverty and became homeless and unemployed citizens. This immense downturn was due to overproduction, the Wall Street crash, and the weak banking system, the European recession, the Gold Standard and the policies implemented by the Hoover administration. The depression lasted for over a decade before an economic upturn began to take hold. This marked the end of the Great Depression in the 1930’s.
What was life like for Americans going through such a horrific crisis after having a wonderful decade like the roaring 20 's? What would finally help these people who all went into a recession, in desperate need of jobs to take of themselves and their family? How long would it take for the plan to help the United States citizens get out of this economic crisis? People were suffering looking for jobs, but could not find work because the economy had a downturn in it. Unemployment rates went sky rocket high from 4 million to 6 million, later changing to 13 through 15 million all due to one stock market crash.
The Great Depression affected literally the whole world, it started a widespread of hunger, poverty, and unemployment. Due to the economic failure not many people were making clothing in the 1930s, but the fashion was really unique. In the 1930s people were recovering from the Great Depression so many companies and