Probably not at all is the simple answer.
The tariff hurt trade with other countries.
Germany's economy inflated after the holocaust.
Many American Jews - probably the majority - had relatives who were victims of the Holocaust. It was the cause of much anxiety and grief.
The President doesn't affect the economy. The fiscal responsibility of our government spending is in the hands of Congress.
They fueled the growth of the consumer economy.
Protective tariffs had a few effects in the American economy. The main effect that it had was pricing.
It bolstered it.
fueled growth of the consumer economy
Hitler didn't just affect the Holocaust, he was the Holocaust.
Look in your book
in most of the countries effected by the Holocaust Jews contributed a disproportionately high proportion to the economy
Its the economy going ever more global. It means American businesses have to work on the global market rather than just the American one.
it damaged it.
It meant that the US was obliged to accept more Jews after the war.
the great depression
it curtailed free enterprise.
The Allies knew that they could do little to directly affect the Holocaust, all that they could do was to win the war against Germany and her allies as quickly as possible to halt the Holocaust.
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The war in Europe affected the American economy by creating a massive increase in US industrial production as well as stable prices.
The Jews were effected by the Holocaust
how does affect the all economy
After Holocaust Germany became a dead country.Noone ever wanted to go their so does the Jews.It effected the economy but they lost many people.
The holocaust affected people by not trusting anyone
it does not affect the economy