The Gravest Economic Crisis: The Causes Of The Great Depression

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The gravest economic crisis of the 20th century, which, caused by the stock market crash on Wall Street in the United States on October 24th, 1929, called “Black Thursday”, propagated in the whole universe, the lively in a decade of market recession a massive growth of the unemployment and the poverty, but also by profound social and political shifts.
Later the First Word War, the economic system of the United States was booming, and the technology innovation for the home appliances as television, receiving set, and more were for everyone. Everyone took a loan to buy the home appliances, and some people bought the bonds on the stock market. The Great Depression of the 1930s began in the "crash”, that is in the prostration of the values which occurs in the New York Stock Exchange, the Wall Street. The crisis is preceded by forerunners: in the United States, the real estate gets out of breath in 1926: “Using new data on securities industry-based transactions we construct real estate price indexes for Manhattan between 1920 and 1939. During the 1920s prices reached their highest level in the third quarter of 1929 before falling by 67% at the end of 1932 and hovering around that value for most of the Great
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In replication, the meanings of these countries stop, what troubles the economy of the exporting industrial States and compromises their economic recovery. The great economic crisis did not have only the economic consequences, but also caused social and political moments in the globe. It affected the different part of the population. The income of the state employees and the retired people feels more than the salaries of the private sector: still it is necessary to continue its work, and the unemployment, generally, is not

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