What was family life life during the depression?
The family life during the Great Depression wasn't all that close and when we say that we mean that they werent always together and when a family member died during the Great Depression they had to keep on walking and leave their dead bodies behind.
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Family life changed during the 1920's for the better of the children. New laws were being passed that stated children could not work in factories or the coal mines. This interrupted the family finances, though, because what little income the children made was taken away. People were just starting to adjust to this when the Stock Market crashed and the United States fell into a Great Depression late in the 1920's.