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Malnutrition and tuberculosis were two diseases that were prevelent during the Great Depression. Health care was directly related to income and with up to 25% of the population unemployed, health care was relatively unattainable for the poor. An American Health Dilemma, a book, pages 132- 133 The 1930's, A Time for Depression (http://www.kidsnewsroom.org/elmer/infoCentral/frameset/decade/1930.htm) The Great Depression (http://libr http://library.thinkquest.org/3483/Rhist/gd.htmlary.thinkquest.org/3483/Rhist/gd.html)

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