Did the Macdonald governments effectively tackle unemployment and poverty from the depression in 1929 up to 1935?
The depression of 1929 to 1935 was a particularly severe one, resulting primarily from the Wall Street Crash, however there were many other contributory factors. During this period two governments came in to power. The Labour government 1929-3, led by Ramsey Macdonald and the national government 1931-5, which consisted of Conservative and Liberals led by Macdonald, in a coalition. The policies adopted by the parties were very different despite having the same leader. A Laissez Faire policy was pursued by Labour up until the end of their office, whilst the National Government abandoned this…
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