The Great Depression: Large Role In American Culture

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The Great Depression Mark William Brown Jr HIST220 Peter Tsahiridis Despite what many might think, The Great Depression is well known across hundreds of nations all over the world. The Great Depression has been around for several centuries and has a very important meaning in the lives of many. It would be safe to assume that The Great Depression is going to be around for a long time and have an enormous impact on the lives of many people. The Great Depression has a large role in American Culture. Many people can often be seen taking part in activities associated with The Great Depression. This is partly because people of most ages can be involved and families are brought together by this. Generally a person who displays their dislike…show more content…
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