Following the Great Depression
and especially since the 1970s, federal budget deficits have become a permanent feature of public spending.
They also demonstrate the enduring value of Robert Handy's 1960 Church History essay and encourage historians to employ the Great Depression
as a historical laboratory for religion.
The major question today should be whether the failure of capital markets (and the implications for government debt) after 2007 has been as severe as during the Great Depression
Each author's section starts with an introduction to the author's educational and professional background and the primary contributions the author has made to the study of the Great Depression
We're in a rainstorm compared to the Katrina that was the Great Depression
," she said.
While "Black Tuesday" contributed to the onset of the Great Depression
, Galbraith argues that it was only one of many factors, including gross inequalities in income distribution, lax government regulations, foreign trade imbalances, and poor contemporary economic guidance.
During the Great Depression
, about half the states decided that the immediate cost to society of widespread foreclosures was greater than the danger of costs later on.
One of the greatest works was the 1939 novel 'The Grapes of Wrath', which was set during the Great Depression
, which focuses on a poor family of sharecroppers, the Joads, driven from their home by drought, economic hardship, and changes in the agriculture industry.
There are three strands of thinking about what caused the Great Depression
of the 1930s.
The Great Depression
was caused primarily by a fall in total demand.
The story is set in the year that Franklin Delano Roosevelt is elected, during the height of the Great Depression
The branded tokens are part of a reinvention of Monopoly that Hasbro, the game's maker, hopes will offer consumers modernized references more relevant to them than the elements of a game that dates to the Great Depression