The great depression

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The Great Depression was a decade of unemployment, low profits, low prices on goods, high poverty, and a stand-still trade market that affected the entire world in the 1930s. It lasted for ten years, from 1929 to 1939. The worst hit sectors were heavy industry, agriculture, mining, and logging. The stock market crash of 1929 did not cause the depression, but it certainly increased the difficulty of recovery. The depression ended in 1939 and caused major political changes, most notably the New Deal that involved large scale federal relief programs, aid to agriculture, support for labor unions, and the formation of the New Deal coalition by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The long-term memories affected the nation for decades, strengthening the American resolve that such a financial disaster would not be allowed to happen again, and that the nation would have "Freedom from Fear."[1] Traduction
La Grande D�pression a �t� une d�cennie de ch�mage, une baisse des b�n�fices, des prix bas sur les produits, de pauvret� �lev�, et un statu quo commerce march� qui touche tout le monde dans les ann�es 1930. It lasted for ten years, from 1929 to 1939. Elle a dur� dix ans, de 1929 � 1939. The worst hit sectors were heavy industry, agriculture, mining, and logging. Les secteurs les plus touch�s sont l'industrie lourde, l'agriculture, l'exploitation mini�re et l'exploitation foresti�re. The stock market crash of 1929 did not cause the depression, but it certainly increased the difficulty of recovery. Le krach boursier de 1929 n'a pas caus� la d�pression, mais il a certainement augment� la difficult� de r�cup�ration. The depression ended in 1939 and caused major political changes, most notably the New Deal that involved large scale federal relief programs, aid to agriculture, support for labor unions, and the formation of the New Deal coalition by Franklin Delano Roosevelt . La d�pression a pris fin en 1939 et a provoqu� des changements politiques majeurs,

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