The Great Depression: an inquiry into the causes, course, and consequences of the worldwide depression of the nineteen-thirties, as seen by contemporaries and in the light of history

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986 - 292 pagina's
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Inquiring into the worldwide depression of the 1930s and examining its sources and implications, this study focuses on the collapse of the world economy

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The Great Depression: an inquiry into the causes, course, and consequences of the worldwide depression of the nineteen-thirties, as seen by contemporaries and in the light of history

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Garraty succeeds marvelously in doing what few recent writers on the Depression have even attempted: treating the economic crisis of the Thirties as a worldwide event. With this approach, he brings ... Volledige review lezen

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CHAPTER III
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John A. Garraty is the Gourverneur Morris Professor Emeritus of History at Columbia University and a former president of the Society of American Historians. His publications include Unemployment in History, The New Commonwealth, The Great Depression, and numerous history textbooks. He was an editor of the Columbia History of the World and the editor of recent supplements of the Dictionary of American Biography. He is currently the editor of the multivolume American National Biography.

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