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ENGL106- Unit 3 DB Cheri Bolin June 22, 2011 Cause & Effect writing give reasons and explanations for events, conditions or behaviors. It also answers the need; most individuals must have to understand the things that happen around the world. Cause brings about an event or incident and should be presented in chronological order. Effect is the result of the event or incident. Throughout history the U.S. economies’ have endure different hardships, such as The Great Depression. The Great Depression brought on a combination of significantly disproportionate distribution of affluence throughout the early nineteenth century, specifically during the twenties and thirties and the widespread stock market theory which occurred during the thirties. This event was devastating not only throughout the U.S. but approximately the world. Once banks began closing their doors, it was like a dominoes effect; leaving businesses and factories to face
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Unformatted text preview: closure as well. Distraught workers were now unemployed, on the streets and destitute. With no sign of luck, the recovery time was indefinite and left millions fearful. The Great Depression is thought of, as the nastiest economic shortcoming ever recorded in U.S. history and reached adversely the entire industrialized world. References CIA World Fact Book . (2010). Retrieved June 18, 2011, from CIA: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/ In The Columbia Encyclopedia. (2011). Retrieved June 12, 2011, from Credo Reference: http://www.credoreference.com/entry/columency/habeas_corpus What Happened and How It Compares With Today. (2011). Retrieved June 20, 2011, from The Great Depression: http://www.thegreatdepressioncauses.com/facts.html...
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