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Author: Robert Wilbanks
ISBN: 0738503487
Subcategory: Americas
Pages 96 pages
Publisher Arcadia Publishing (December 30, 1999)
Language English
Category: History
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eBook Gadsden (AL) Stories of the Great Depression (Voices of America) download

by Robert Wilbanks


The 1930s were an unparalleled period in American history. Gadsden (AL) Stories of the Great Depression (Voices of America). 0738503487 (ISBN13: 9780738503486).

The 1930s were an unparalleled period in American history.

This book presents a revealing portrait of one mans life during the Depression. Author Robert Wilbanks brings to life has fathers vivid recollections through both words and images, and in doing so sheds light on Americas darkest hour

This book presents a revealing portrait of one mans life during the Depression. His particular story is derived from a specific location in the state of Alabama; however, it is an intimately familiar tale to anyone who survived that horrible economic period, and to younger generations who have allowed the stories to endure in their family lore. Author Robert Wilbanks brings to life has fathers vivid recollections through both words and images, and in doing so sheds light on Americas darkest hour. A free-lance writer and photographer, his work has been published in The Birmingham News and the Gadsden Times.

Both books are required reading for the student who wishes to understand how America changed from the Roaring .

Both books are required reading for the student who wishes to understand how America changed from the Roaring Twenties to the Great Depression. 20 people found this helpful. But people will always be greedy. This is not a trait that waxes and wanes, bringing us good times and bad times.

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Gadsden : Stories of the Great Depression. The 1930s were an unparalleled period in American history. Never before or since - and probably never again - has the gamut of human emotions swung so far, and so fast. On October 29, 1929, the stock market crashed and soon after, the nation of plenty was in turmoil and fast becoming a wasteland.

Электронная книга "The Great Depression: America 1929-1941", Robert S. McElvaine . One of the classic studies of the Great Depression, featuring a new introduction by the author with insights into the economic crises of 1929 and today. ROBERT S. MCELVAINE is Elizabeth Chisholm Professor of Arts and Letters and chair of the Department of History at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. He is the author of ten books and served as historical consultant for the PBS series The Great Depression.

The Great Depression: America, 1929–1941 (. ISBN 978-0-8129-2327-8) is a 1984 history of the Great Depression by acclaimed historian Robert S. In this interpretive history, McElvaine discusses the causes and the results of the worst depression in American history, covering the time from 1929 to 1941

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The Great Depression was the confluence of many problems, most of which had begun during a time of unprecedented economic growth. Fiscal policies of the Republican business presidents undoubtedly widened the gap between rich and poor and fostered a standoff over international trade, but such policies were widely popular and, for much of the decade, widely seen as a source of the decade’s explosive growth. III. Herbert Hoover and the Politics of the Depression. Unemployed men queued outside a depression soup kitchen opened in Chicago by Al Capone.

The 1930s were an unparalleled period in American history. Never before or since - and probably never again - has the gamut of human emotions swung so far, and so fast. On October 29, 1929, the stock market crashed and soon after, the nation of plenty was in turmoil and fast becoming a wasteland. No sacred institution was left untouched; banks failed, factories shut down, stores closed, and almost every business seemed paralyzed with economic stagnation. A generation raised in these conditions could not help but be changed by such foreboding circumstances. It was a period in which new trends of thought emerged in economic matters, social activity, and moral conduct - all leaving the pockmark of progress upon the nation's young. This book presents a revealing portrait of one man's life during the Depression. His particular story is derived from a specific location in the state of Alabama; however, it is an intimately familiar tale to anyone who survived that horrible economic period, and to younger generations who have allowed the stories to endure in their family lore.