Unstable ever more complex credits system evolved. It creates extreme optimism in good times and panic in bad times. Emerging countries substantial decrease borrowing.
The families during the great depression, were loosing their homes left and right. If you have a valid reason for removing large parts of this article, please say so here so we can decide if it is valid, otherwise we will just keep reverting this to fix it.
Easy to run any number of web page scripts that figure out day of the week for any date to show it was a Tuesday.
Dust Bowl[ edit ] There should be a section giving a brief overview to the Dust Bowl with a link to that article. Can someone confirm that all those books were actually used in this article or did someone just cut and paste that list from somewhere?
Guide to layoutsuch lists should be under Further reading or Bibliography, not Reference.
Roosevelt was another notable accomplishment, in that he managed to unite the nation in a seemingly wise plan, only to have it fail due to his lack of economic knowledge. Otherwise it seems to be just opinion in isolation.
References 1 and 2 read: Who is Lester Chandler? Reference 1 is a sentence, not a reference. This article is disgusting and I am going to delete the following sentences that use these two sentences: There was real danger that the US and the world would turn to something like fascism or communism.
There should be something linking together the Bonus Army, Father Coughlin, Huey Long, and so on, either a section in this article or another article linked from here. In any case, a statement like this requires citation.
There should definitely be at least a statement saying this within the article. Please add a reason or a talk parameter to this template to explain the issue with the article.
WikiProject United States may be able to help recruit an expert. Anyone feel expert enough to weed out the chaffe here, or should we just cross the Rubicon and axe the section, hoping that the more deserving works will appear as real citations? Please someone with knowledge of the page help keep this page solid.
I fear this page will be attacked due to the ongoing sitution and comparisons to the great depresion. Somehow these things often look like they sprung from the advanced literary minds of school kids.
I often wonder if waves of vandalism like this are linked to teachers in schools giving kids assignments to e. Ah well, such is the price of education: Looking at the history, the page has been royally vandalized multiple times today. I reverted it to the immediately previous edit. Perhaps this page should be made semi-protected?
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The International Monetary Fund concluded that the overall impact was the most severe since the Great Depression in the s. The Great Recession stemmed from collapse of the United States real. This is historical material, "frozen in time." The web site is no longer updated and links to external web sites and some internal pages will not work.
The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression that took place mostly during the s, beginning in the United States. The timing of the Great Depression varied across nations; in most countries it started in and lasted until the lates. It was the longest, deepest, and most widespread depression of the 20th .
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