Great Depression and The New Deal Aric martin

Overproduction on farms was one of the causes of the Great Depression because it didn't allow farmers to make the same steady profit.

People lost homes and forced to live in tents with bad living conditions. ¨Homelessness followed quickly from joblessness once the economy began to crumble in the early 1930s. Homeowners lost their property when they could not pay mortgages or pay taxes.¨

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