The Great Depression

What led to the Great Depression?


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2013-03-13 21:19:57
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The collapse of the stock marketis what led to the Great Depression.

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The Wall Street stock market crash in 1929 led to the Great Depression of the 1930s.

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the stock market crashed which led to the Great Depression

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No One Actually Tried To Have One It Was When Every One Saw That They Where Spending To Much For Stupid Things And The Stock Market Crashed Because of It And It Led Into What They Call The Great Depression

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