Fighting for Freedom
The 1920’s was a time of excitement and enthusiasm, prosperity was booming and everyone was happy. The streets buzzed with cheerful people. Until that one day known as “Black Tuesday” when the stock markets began to crash and the people had lost millions of dollars, their life savings everything. People began to freak out and some even committed suicide. The boom to bust decade was no longer booming. This was a time of despair and sadness. As the decade grew the drop and despair did as well, this had affected a lot of families and businesses. Businesses were forced to close and houses were put on foreclosure because they were unable to pay. Therefore people had to move into hoovervilles also known as a cardboard box or a tent made out of cloth.
The day things went down hill