great depresion

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  • Mam, are you okay?
  • On October 29, 1929 the stock market crashed, one year later the darkness of the Great Depression started. Making America worried about the economy's unbalance future.
  • Oh why can't that president of ours do something. Now I've lost my job
  • Oh me I'm fine thank you good sir.
  • meanwhile in the white house president Hoover thought the economy would bonce back. That's why we was confused about the nation's hatred toward him.
  • I have no idea why America hates me. They voted for me and now they want a new president.
  • As a cause to over plowing the dirt or soil began to blow away thus causing the mighty dust bowl to began. Making farmers and regular families move.
  • How long till we make it to California dad?
  • Not long. I'm sure you're mother is worried sick right now about us. This dust storm worries me quite a bit.
  • Then when things seemed that they couldn't get worse a new young man made a gigantic difference. that man's name was, Franklin Roosevelt.
  • We Americans are afraid of fear it's self. Thanks James.
  • Are you going to run for president, Franklin? You should!
  • Soon America voted Franklin president. America was tired of Hoovers ideas so he lost for the best I'm going to guess.
  • Well it's different but, I'll get used to it. thanks James for visiting me. Eleanor and I enjoy you're company.
  • Franklin's right we glad you're here.
  • I'm glad that Franklin wants my help with his new speech.
  • Franklin soon started the New Deal to help support the Americans that lost their jobs and homes. By creating more job openings in America. To this day the stocks still haven't fully recovered.
  • I have made a New Deal to help make America great again let me tell you all about it...
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