ENGL106 Cause & Effect Unit 3-IP

ENGL106 Cause & Effect Unit 3-IP - Cause &...

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ENGL106-Unit 3 IP Cheri Bolin June 22, 2011 Abstract In this essay you will find a huge distinction between a cause and effect. I chose to write about the cause and effect of the Great Depression of the nineteenth century. The great depression brought so much despair into not only the lives of Americans but literally the entire world. For
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over a decade many individuals as well as organizations suffered greatly from the negative effects of the downward spiral our economy endured during the nineteenth century. I. The Great Depression The deep-seated basis of the Great Depression of the twenties and thirties, in the United States was a decline in aggregate demand, which led to a decline in production as producers and merchandisers noticed an inadvertent increase in inventories. The sources of the contraction in spending in the United States varied over the course of the Depression, but they cumulated into a monumental decline in aggregate demand. The American decline was proliferated to the rest of
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the world mainly through the gold standard. However, a variety of other factors also influenced
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course ENGLISH CO 106 taught by Professor Lett during the Spring '11 term at AIU Online.

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ENGL106 Cause & Effect Unit 3-IP - Cause &...

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