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The Great Impression
With the economic disaster facing the United States, we may live through the 1930s again. If we learn the values of cooperation and sacrifice, we may come out of this mess stronger than we were before.
By Bryan Lower
The influence that the Great Depression had on American cannot be overstated. Economists mark the Great Crash of 1929 like it was the birth of Christ. The decade of privation that followed was America’s long journey through the wilderness. Her very survival was in question, and there was uncertainty about what kind of country she would be when she emerged from the morass. Would America still be the home of free enterprise? Would democracy prevail? Would the communists gain a foothold in the land of the free?
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