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how did people react to the great depression

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  1. The great majority did not like it. Do you have any more specific questions?

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    bobpursley
  2. Please give me 3 reasons on how people reacted to the great depression

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  3. What is your definition of the Great Depression?

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    Ms. Sue
  4. october 29,1929 to 1939

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  5. What a ridiculous question! There were 121.8 million people in the US in 1929. Are you supposed to evaluate how each of them "felt"?

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    Writeacher
  6. i think they were sorry they lost their money when the stock market crashed. But I don't know two other reactions...

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  7. What happened during the Great Depression?

    Read this.

    https://www.ducksters.com/history/us_1900s/great_depression.php

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  8. many were out of work. Many families split up, with men leaving family to find work. Much social turmoil existed (rise of Communist party, and riots). War in Europe threatened. These were not good times.

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  9. Read "Grapes of Wrath" ?

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