The Great Depression: America, 1929-1941

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Times Book, 1984 - History - 402 pages
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A portrait of the Great Depression depicts a period when widespread poverty, hunger, and misery were assuaged by innovative public programs and the arts

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Review: The Great Depression: America 1929-1941

User Review  - Glen Robinson - Goodreads

I purchased this book, thinking it would give me a glimpse into life during the Depression, something my parents had shared with me, but was relatively unfamiliar to me. What the book ended up being ... Read full review

Review: The Great Depression: America 1929-1941

User Review  - Tom Hill - Goodreads

This book is well written and very interesting. My only complaint is that the author is obviously a liberal democrat and all his analysis of the people and events of this time are filtered through ... Read full review

Contents

The WPA the Election
12
Who Was Roaring in the Twenties?
25
In the Right Place at the Wrong Time?
51
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