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Unformatted text preview: lowest, and his father had the second lowest (.59%). This article relates to the subject of this course because it shows that the old clich of history repeating itself is true. Before World War Two was the Great Depression, in which many people did not have jobs. The war itself brought many new jobs to the men and women of America, and even after the war ended the economy had pretty decent employment. Right now, the employment growth rate is at an all time low, just as it was 80 years ago during the Great Depression (just not as extreme). In other words, the war fixed the employment problem during the Depression and helped America jump back into full employment. America now needs some sort of equal stimulus in order to get to that point again....
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- Spring '08