Effects of the Great Depression

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  • Housing
  • Foreclosure
  • Education
  • Often times, when people lost their jobs, money and houses, they ended up in "Hoovervilles". These Hoovervilles had poor living conditions, but it was all they could afford.
  • Jobs
  • The big thing that led to people ending up in Hoovervilles was because when they couldn't pay the mortgage for your house, they would take it. This was called a foreclosure.
  • Families
  • During the Great Depression, most people chose not to go to school; it was a time of grief, and most people felt getting an education was useless. Unfortunately, it often came back to bite them in the behind. For a lot of schools, there wasn't much school supplies, and sometimes the teachers were barely older than the students.
  • Racial Tensions
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