Boom To BustTHE CHANGES FROM THE 1920s TO THE 1930s
The life of a farmer came easily for them in the 1920’s. They had good business and they had many different things to sell. received good money so they can keep on expanding their farms which will lead to more product buying.
Families were struggling during this time. Jobs were being lost as the unemployment rate is growing. To provide they had to sell their things, move out of their houses and had to find free food.
Many farms had to be given up during the 1930’s because they could not afford it anymore. Many people stopped buying their products which caused them to lose more money and also
farmers struggled with their home life because they began to lose their homes to dust storms and find new places to live and find a home. Farmers also had to provide for their family by making their own foods.
Women still continued to fight for their rights that they deserve. But they still faced a struggle from getting what they always have wanted. They had to take care of the household to so they had to balance the things they wanted to do.
It was a difficult time for them. Especially the woman who had to take care of them. Taking care of their children and find new ways to provide food to their family’s. Their roles in the household became more advanced to take care of everyone.
African Americans during the time of the Great Depression faced lots of problems. They had to live in certain areas in their own type of communities. They were separated from the outside world and had to work long and hard to get what they deserved.
African Americans were still continuing to struggle with equality. They were continued to be judged by many white people and had to live in their own communities.
The economy was all confused and didn’t know what to do after the stock market has crashed and it has been hard for them to get it back to what it once was. People rushed to banks but they were the ones that had to close down. People became upset about this and started to lose
Many different types of groups wanted to be and find new opportunities in America. They were mostly struggling by coming right into the great depression and found it much harder for them
The economy was all confused and didn’t know what to do after the stock market has crashed and it has been hard for them to get it back to what it once was. People rushed to banks but they were the ones that had to close down. People became upset about this and started to lose trust and hope in the failing economy
The economy has changed a lot between the 20’s and the 30’s. The stock market was booming and was something everyone wanted to be apart of it.
They still had to face hard times because they were not equal to men. They struggled and had hard times trying to provide for their families and taking care of them. They had a lot of hard things they had to do for them.
Women struggled with the balance between taking care of everything in the household. They found it hard for providing food and shelter for their family they worked hard to have it for them.
The economy has been trying to be saved a bunch of times by the government but it felt like nothing has been working. The people were in panic and did not know what they were going to do next. Help was still given to the American people and was offered. But those were just more failed attempts that was not working.
The government was found unhelpful to the American people. They did little to provide help to the American people. They only provided certain help to more private organizations.
The government was still found as unhelpful to the American people than they did before. Lots of hope and trust from them. They did not know how they should be helping them which showed more concern for the future of the country. People did not know what they were going to do next.
The Great Depression had a major impact on the American society and has changed everyone's lives. People wanted to go and protest against them to what they believe in.
People from surrounding countries wanted to come into America so they can experience new opportunities that America had to offer. This process took a long time and was a hard experience. America didn't turn out the way they were going to expect from it.
Immigrants had to wait very long so they can become a citizen in America. It was a very difficult journey for all of them.
Families had to lose their homes and all of their stuff due to the lack of money that they had. Immigrants also struggled because they received little help. They had trouble finding places to live.
They had a hard time finding work and houses like everybody else during this time. They were all going through the same struggle.
African Americans still wanted to bring light to this dark time in American History and wanted to bring more hope to the American people. For them it was like the roaring twenties have never ended and wanted to continue it. This allowed people to escape the hard times that they were going through.
African Americans wanted to continue the use of the arts to help them. They brought hope to all Americans and lifted their spirits.
To support their families they had many people had to wait in long lines to get food. Most of the time this food was bad or expired for them to eat. These places were called soup kitchens and many others had to beg for their
Families were struggling during this time. Jobs were being lost as the unemployment rate is growing. To provide they had to sell their things, move out of their houses and had to find free food. It was a difficult time for them.
Many protest have been held about many things including for jobs, their families and much more. They were going against the government for the little help they have been giving to the people. Americans and the immigrants wanted a change in the society and wanted their voices to be heard.
Manufacturing was growing and becoming better than before. But the Stock Market crashed at the end of the 1920’s which had an effect on the economy. The Great Depression had a major impact on the American society and has changed everyone's lives. The government was found unhelpful to the American people.
Many people during the time of The Great Depression became angry with the government due to the lack of help that was provided from them to help the people. They mostly just decided to help private organizations and charities and could not face the bigger problems.
Was protesting for their family because they wanted to provide a good life for them. Worked hard which involved protest to have better life.
Americans continued to go against the economy and have what they wanted from their jobs. Wanted to find ways to support their family's so they protest against them
They were determined to get the rights that they deserve. They were not going to give up. Wanted their voices to be heard.