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What will happen in your country if unemployment is not resolved?

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2010-07-13 17:50:47
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Well I personally think that if the unemployment issue is not resolved then i do think that we will be seeing another Great Depression. Since our economy has grown and we have more jobs we will be seeing a Depression that only a war will bring us out of.

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