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With the a new way of spending called credit as well as assembly lines, more products were being made than ever before.
But there was only so much people could buy.
Warehouse began filling up and companies had so many products, they stopped buying from manufacturers.
Less products meant less jobs. Many people became unemployed.
When the stock market crashed, people lost not only their jobs, but their savings too.
With their savings gone, people could now only afford the bare minimum. Sales for manufacturers decreased even more.