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Re: now and then

Posted by Julie Hall on November 8, 2001 at 18:30:12:

In Reply to: now and then posted by Biiftu Aba-jebel on November 8, 2001 at 10:27:24:

It we didn't know now what we didn't know when the Great Depression occurred, is it likely that we'd be going through the same thing right now? How close is our economic situation today to that of the late 20s? I wonder what state we'd be in right now if we all thought neoclassically and waited for the economy to correct itself.

: The great depression in the 20's is simmilar to the economic situation we are in today as stated in class, however now we have all the programs that Roosevelt created. Is that the only diffrence in situation? After Roosevelt created the programes that he did to help the American people, did other countries do the same? Wasn't his programs seen alittle communist (as the word was understood at the time).




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