The Great Depression- which reading offers the best perspective
The readings of E. Hobsbawm, Age of Extremes, Chapter 3 "Into the Economic Abyss", J. Stevenson and C. Cook, "The Dawn of Affluence" Reading 13 HST101 Readings and J.K Blackwelder, "Coping: Middle- and Upper-Class Women." Reading 14 HST101
Readings all offer differing perspectives on 1930s History.
In this essay I aim to compare these three readings on 1930s history, discuss which different themes are emphasised in each account and to evaluate which reading I find to be the most informative on the impact of the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Hobsbawms, "Age of Extremes" Chapter 3 "Into…
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