The Great Depression

Economics / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
An analysis of the reasons that led to the great depression.

The following essay discusses the three main causes that led to a decline in the need of products and services after the war, the lack of funds and the stock market crash in 1929.
There are multiple factors that led to the great depression but the three main causes were a decline in the need of products and services after the war, the lack of founds in the consumer’s hands, and the stock market crash in 1929. While some believe a certain reason is to blame, all played a part in the collapse of the American economy.


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