J Chapter 24 PSDs

J Chapter 24 PSDs - Chapter 24 PSDs 24-2 1) Chase compares...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 24 PSDs 24-2 1) Chase compares the economy to an onion to show the relationship between industries and the prosperity of the nation as a whole. Each business or enterprise represents a leaf of the onion, wherein they are all interlinked in terms of success. Without all the leaves, or a least a majority, the onion is diminished and cannot perform as well. Or be as tasty. If you like onions. 24-4 1) McCutcheon makes the man a sympathetic character by portraying him as downtrodden, with the sign Victim of Bank Failure proclaiming that his current situation is not due to sloth or indolence. 2) The squirrel is asking the question to represent a common question that perhaps someone in the upper classes or politics would ask; someone who would be relatively unaffected by bank failures; a squirrel would be likewise unaffected. 3) The illustrator is showing that the bank failures were something that was outside the control of the individual, and that their current situation of loss is not their fault; that despite their foresight...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course HISTORY 201 taught by Professor Nokes during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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J Chapter 24 PSDs - Chapter 24 PSDs 24-2 1) Chase compares...

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