Life in the 1930's

City life was shown to be a life of unemployment, as Americans lost their factory jobs and a lot of their income, along with the great depression causing markets andprodindustries to close
Bad agricultural practices led to most american farmlandbecoming inhopitable and dessert like, grinding americas agriculture to a halt
Racism, and the Jim crowe laws, were still here during this time, and as america entered a more industrial setting, minorities with new jobs were suddenly turned away and more unemployed than regular americans, who were already unemployed.
Rqadio had taken over a lot of american leisure time, gathering around one similar to television in their free time, even when money was tight, many americans went forcommon pastimes like sports and shows.

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