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The Great Depression lasted from 1929 until 1940 and was the longest and worst economic collapse in American history. The downward spiral spread throughout the country like an epidemic or airborne virus. Our nation witnessed a decline in sales and goods along with the plummeting employment rate. Almost thirteen million people were unemployed by 1932. United States citizens lost practically everything they owned. Three causes that led up the Great Depression were self-centered and foolish attitudes of Americans, the economic depression of agriculture and the uneven income and wealth di…
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