Boom to Bust Josh goldman

Government for stockbrokers

This is a picture of how stockbrokers were affecting the everyday citizen in 1920's
This picture shows the crowds of people going to stockbrokers after the crashes and how they responded in 1930's

The government in the 1920s was affecting stock brokers and how their jobs were being ran. The government created the laissez faire policy to separate them from businesses which then caused people to buy on credit and on margins. This affected stock brokers because people were losing money and people were losing trust in stock brokers. This not only put stock brokers in a position where they could lose their job but also got them to the point where they are in debt. In 1930s stock brokers has no money to give to people which also caused people to lose trust and hope in the stock market. As a result of this, stock brokers were trying to avoid being in debt by telling people to buy all these random products.

Economy for Women

This shows how the economy was affecting women and the enthusiasm for women's rights went down so they felt the need to protest about this throughout the 1920s
In the 1930's many women took part in a whole lot of household work while the economy could not handle many women working outside of the house

During the 1920s the economy was booming which greatly affected women in several ways. The stock market crashed causing several businesses and factories to get closed down. This affected women by giving them no opportunity to work outside of a household. The women that worked was considered to be stealing jobs from men. Credit was a great source for women to use money they did not have due to unemployment. In 1930s, the household job for women enhanced while men were at work earning money in order to support his family.

Home life for women

In the 1920's there were less divorces and many women inside of houses rather than working in actual jobs. Women did not like this and they protested against it
In the 1930's the unemployment rate rose up as well as birth rates. This means a lot of women were still at home and they thought this was an act of inequality

Home life for women in the 1920s was filled with relaxing and partying. There were several new trends and life was very laid back because women would go out and party late. Many women were married and were happy with the man in their lives. On the other hand, in 1930s the Great Depression caused several divorces and unemployment for women. Children were not properly taken care of because of the lack of money and attention. Home life was very unsanitary and dirty which also caused families to catch illnesses and diseases.

Leisure Time for Women

In the 1920's women had very little money from unemployment so women tried to make the best of their lives by going out every now and then
As new trends came in on the 1930's, women and basically everyone started to forget about the depression by going to see movies and arts

Women spent most of their leisure time in the 1920s out partying and finding new and interesting activities to do. Women often got together and had a great life because of the staying out late and lack of responsibilities. They were thrown back into reality when the great depression hit and they had no money and more responsibilities at home. When they could get out of the house, they spent most of their times at cinemas and going to look at art.

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