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The Decisions between Hoover and Roosevelt during the Depression
The rich were getting richer and the poor were struggling no to not be poorer. Useful industries were in need for business. Farmers needed more profit but couldn't get it. This is when everyone started to risk their luck with the stock market and their money, but when no one noticed all of a sudden the stock market crashed in October of 1929 and all the scoring prospects of the 1920s were forgot.
All the consumers had less money to spend. Farmer's incomes fell, rural families could not buy the products of the American industry to support the US. Prices were increasing, there where to many…
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- The Decisions between Hoover and Roosevelt during the Depression
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