they really couldn't do much during the great depression because
they were all being held hostage by Michael Jackson's
The government set up camps during the Great Depression to help the unemployed.
6,100,000 germans were unemployed.
During the height of the great depression there were 11,385,000 people who were unemployed. This was almost 25% of the entire work force population.
he gave jobs to the unemployed.
12,830,000 people were unemployed in the great depression
They provided food for the unemployed ...
Unemployed you gobble goose! :)
there were about 12,830,000 people unemployed back in the day
1/6 people were poor/unemployed during the great drepression.
The Great Depression was 1929-1939 The WPA was the Works Progress Administration that created jobs for the unemployed
the great depression was when unemploymennt went to 25%. getting food didnt changed just there was more unemployed people
The food prices during the Great Depression went down and not up. However, most people were unemployed and could not afford the basic necessities.
Since many people were unemployed during the great depression there was a lot of crime. Additionally, many people couldn't afford college.
Relieved, they were past embarrassment because they were starving.
for failing to provide for their families