Great Depression

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Synonyms for Great Depression

a period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment


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Despite the 1929 Depression, Hugman's plan remained alive and conservationists continued to press for river beautification.
Heplays Jim Braddock, a journeyman and forgotten boxer who is left destitute in New York during the 1929 depression, and who gets one chance to make it back into the ring.
These models are all about remodeling the statist practices after the 1929 depression and cannot be implemented in dynamic and open economies.
I believe the core definition of American Dream has changed over the years - Post 1929 depression, it was opportunity-based, post 2008 recession it has become security-based.