The great depression: the United States in the thirties
A study of the economic, social and political factors which contributed to the tragic collapse of the life of the nation in the thirties, ironically brought to an end by the outbreak of World War II with its accompanying return to employment.
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Review: The Great Depression; The United States In The ThirtiesUser Review - Trent Zelazny - Goodreads
While a little dry at times, heart-wrenching at others, this is a very good straightforward book on the stock market crash, how it changed our nation, and how things were salvaged. If you're looking for a good, general book on the subject, this one is certainly worth your time. Read full review
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The Great Depression: The United States in the Thirties. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., 1968. Hearn, Charles. The American dream in the ...
Migration: The Theme of the Great Depression
Robert Goldston in his book The Great Depression: The United States in the Thirties, develops this migration image as well as he describes displaced workers ...
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THE GREAT DEPRESSION OF THE 1930íS
The Great Depression: The United States in the Thirties. New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., c1968. Katz, William Loren. An album of the Great Depression. ...
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