About Homelessness During the Great Depression?

Answer The Great Depression (1929 to 1939) was a time of unprecedented economic hardship for the United States. Amid widespread unemployment and economic and environmental disasters, many people found the... Read More »

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Is it possible we could be entering another Great Depression, and if so, how?

As I answered this question many times before(very popular)-we are in the early stages of a depression-not only the US, but the whole world-every country has a huge,and, growing, deficit.In the US,... Read More »

What president ended the depression?

Franklin Roosevelt is usually cited as the president who ended the Great Depression. There is some controversy about whether his policies, America's entry into World War II or other factors were th... Read More »

About the Homeless Population During the Great Depression?

During the Great Depression the homeless rate in America became the highest in the nation's history. The stock market collapse of 1929 created high unemployment, and the Dust Bowl led many into sha... Read More »

What was the average annual income during the great depression?

During the decade of 1930 to 1939, the U.S. economy was at an all-time low. The average salary during this time was $1,368, and the unemployment rate rose to 25 percent. The cost of a quart of milk... Read More »