Great Depression By Andrew Routhier

In 1929, one of the causes of the Great Depression was the stock market crashed

One of the impacts of the Great Depression was that many people became unemployed. They lost money, they lost a place to live, and banks were closed down.

“Unemployment reached its highest level, at 25%” This explains that many people became unemployed at the time of the Great Depression.

During the New Deal, one of the first programs made by FDR is the NRA.

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