History of the United States
The Great Depression
Decade - 1930s

What do most Americans blame the great depression on?


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Which combination of factors contributed most to the start of the Great Depression of the 1930's?

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The President of the U.S. during most of the Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt played a big part in helping the U.S. out of the Great Depression. He started the "New Deal" which were a set of programs designed to boost the economy. These new programs were only partially successful, though. What really ended the Great Depression was the United State's enterence into WWII. This provided many more jobs for Americans and helped to lower the level of unemployment, and with so many Americans with jobs and a steady salary, homelessness was not nearly as big of a problem as it had been previously.

Well, most everyone was poor during the Great Depression, so that's a definite bad thing

The United States of America and Great Britain..

People were looking for extreme ideas and also the German public needed someone to blame for both of those. Hitler and the nazi had an answer for them, They were probabily the most extreme German gruop at that time, but also Hitler said to blame the Jews for the depression and also he blamed the "November Criminals" (German officials who signed the treaty of versilles), for all the things that were going wrong. The workers saw that Hitler knew what he was doing so they decided he might be the one to drag them out of the great depression, they were right...FOR NOW!!

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