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Great Depression StatisticsAnalysisObjectiveWhat can we learn about the economy and the Great Depression (1929 - 1939)from examining economic statistics?Directions:You have been assigned to reviewonedata table from the GreatDepression.Review the data in your table closely.Below your table, draft a claimabout the impact of the Great Depression on the United States.Data Table 1Unemployment Rate:The unemployment rate is the percentage of the labor force that iswilling and able to work, does not currently have a job, and is actively looking for employment.The labor force consists of people ages 16 and over who are employed or actively seekingwork.In the space below, draft one claim about the impact of the Great Depression (1929 -1939) on the United States.Identify the evidence in the table that supports your claims.The unemployment rate grew rapidly as the Great Depression came by, and went downby the 1940s, on the table, the unemployment rate went up 25% and went down to
nearly 0%.Data Table 2YearNumber of Bank Suspensions192965919301352193122941932145619334004Bank Suspensions:Includes all banks closed to the public by supervising authorities or by

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