All these changes affects the society in different ways .The Great Depression
caused many people to destruct businesses and led the government to regulate the
businesses and economic affairs. All this increased regulation led to the
widespread belief that the government should promise or guarantee citizens a
good life, and high employment. After the depression, many people no longer
trusted employers to protect workers.
As a result labor unions gained more members and grater public acceptance then
ever before. Depression makes some people lose there faith in government which
then brings them to not believe anybody who promises a change.
Can anyone tell me who you think was the two leaders that actually took part
during the depression was? (show overhead of the fifth paragraph) Leaders who
actually took power during the depression were Adolph Hitler and Benito
Mussolini who of which was the dictator of Italy from 1922 to 1943 just like
Hitler was dictator of Germany from 1933 to 1945. Relation between the nations
suffer during a depression. Basically each country tries to protect its own
interests without concerns of other nations.
Depression hurt a lot of people, especially working people who lose there jobs.
Bank failures clean out some depositors savings if funds are not ensured. When
there was the depression, most people can not meet the house or apartment
payments so they lose there homes and become homeless.
During a depression some people must live on charity just to support themselves
and there families. Sometimes the people who get the charity money, clothes, and
food get kind of embarrassed that they need the money and they feel ashamed that
they can't afford to support themselves which is basically not their fault. The
Great Depression caused lots of marriages and birth rates to decline. If you
were a younger person and you didn't have a job you would delay your wedding
until you have enough money to pay for it just... [continues]
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