Great Depression
Updated: 2/12/2021
Great Depression

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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.