The Pros And Cons Of The Great Depression

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The Great Depression and the 2008-2009 financial crisis were both a general economic decline that was observed all over the worlds markets that had devastating affects all over the world on people as many lost their jobs, homes and were left with very little to survive with .
The Great Depression
The Great Depression was an economic depression that was severe as well as worldwide that occurred in the1930s. The Great Depression varied across nations due to timing across the world, but for the majority of countries it began in 1929 and lasted until the late 1930s. The Great Depression was considered to be the longest, deepest, and also the worst depression of the 20th century. It had all kinds of effects in countries that were rich and poor. Cities and countries across worldwide markets that were hit extremely hard, countries that were especially hit hard were those that were dependent on heavy industry. Other sectors also hurt were construction, farming, mining and logging. But in some economies they had started to recover by the mid-1930s, but for many countries, the negative effects that the Great Depression had lasted until the start of World War 2.
The 2008-2009 Financial Crisis
The 2008-2009 financial crisis was the worst financial crisis since World War 2, it had threatened the total collapse of large financial institutions all around the world, which in return was prevented by the bailout of banks by national governments. Despite this stock markets had still
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