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Stock Market Crash & The Great Depression
In the 1920's three pro-business presidents occupied the White House and U.S. businesses appeared to be doing well. The Stock Market was an indicator of this national prosperity. In reality under consumption was a becoming a problem and many products went unsold. Much purchasing was being done on credit and many stock purchases were made "on margin". Another indicator that things weren't as good as they seemed was that bank foreclosures were rising.
In Mid-September 1929 the market erratically begins to fluctuate up and down. There were a few people who thought that this was just a tempora…
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