Who made a large impact on the happenings of the Great Depression?
Well, a lot of people could serve as answers to that question but I suppose the two most significant and well known would be Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt, both presidents of the United States.
The American Great Depression had a significant impact on the entire world, much as the recent recession had severe impact on the global economy. Asian's were arriving in the US via California in search of jobs and money. As the railroad finished and the Great Depression began, this hurt Asian immigrants who would send money back home. This also decreased imports overall in the US and Asia has always been a large exporter.
The impact depends on the event. If a catastrophic economic event such as the Great Depression occurs then the ecosystem will not be affected except if the event results in less trees and crops being planted. However if a catastrophic event such as a large meteorite impact occurs then the ecosystem will be adversely affected in a big way.
Dear Asker, The great depression caused a lot of tragedy in many people's hearts. There are various examples of what it caused in America: Loss of food... Loss of home... Loss of LIVES! As you see, that is a very sad time period and I doubt you would appreciate living in it. So that is why so many people are grateful that the great depression is over! I am, and I hope you are, too…
Yes it did. The Depression didn't end that soon, the Great Depression ended in 1941 which is also when the US got involved in the war. The economy was almost back to normal before that, but there was another large recession in 1937. Some people make the case that the Great Depression wasn't over until the war was over.
A meteorite is a natural object originating in outer space that survives an impact with the Earth's surface, whereas a crater or impact crater is any depression, resulting from the high velocity impact of a projectile with a larger body. Very few meteorites are large enough to create large impact craters. Instead, they typically arrive at the surface at their terminal velocity and, at most, create a small pit
yes, there was large undistribution of wealth in the U.S during the great depression. Some people had a good amount of money, while most other citizens had nothing and did anything they could just to get by. Due to people not having money, they couldn't buy any good and this left businesses with large amounts of surpluses.
The Great Depression began on October 29th, 1929; World War II is generally agreed to have begun almost a decade later, on September 1st, 1939. The Great Depression therefore could not have been caused by World War II - in fact, many believe that World War II, and the massive military buildup which it engendered, which in turn kickstarted the American industrial sector, was a large contributor to the ending of the Great Depression.
From the early 1900's 4 families have had a large impact on how the Government has evolved into the Right restricting state it's in now. Having ties to the Great Depression and the creation of the Federal Reserve, the very COMPANY that enforces the debt on the United States as a whole. Look to the Movie Zeitgeist for more information.
To me, the biggest modern issue facing American Society is the topic of Economics. Right now, we are in such a huge depression, though not quite as large as the Great Depression, and we may not be getting out for a while, says experts. Many Americans are forced to live on the streets, with little food, little water, and little security. A lot of employers have to unfortunately lay people off to keep the business…
Rural areas were particularly hard hit during the great depression because of a concurrent drought that affected America's major agricultural areas. Food and commodities prices fell large amounts putting even more economic stress on rural communities. Rural areas were particularly hard hit during the great depression because of a concurrent drought that affected America's major agricultural areas. Food and commodities prices fell large amounts putting even more economic stress on rural communities.