DVD 2. 37-38

DVD 2. 37-38 - Chapman 1 The Unfinished Nation Part 1:...

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Chapman 1 The Unfinished Nation Part 1: Episodes 37 and 38 The videos are easing out of the progressive era and moving into the depression . The war is now over and there is a price to pay . I know some people say that war is good for the economy but I would like to say that did is horrible for the economy . Thousands of Americans are off fighting and once it is all done they come back and expect their old jobs and lives back . Unfortunately things do not work out this way . Not only are hundreds of Veterans out of work due to the lack of employment, the government is on the verge of bankruptcy . The 1920’s is known as the “Roaring Twenties”, where the economy was “booming” . I don’t think that the people living in the 1920s thought of it this way . People were spending money that they did not have, thousands were unemployed, and women were standing up against men for their rights . I would say that the 1920s was absolute chaos that was summed up later by some historians as better than it really was
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '08 term at Boise State.

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DVD 2. 37-38 - Chapman 1 The Unfinished Nation Part 1:...

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