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Synonyms for 1930s

the decade from 1930 to 1939

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Since the Delta of the 1930's is known for its racial tensions, the story I felt needed to be told was one of a positive nature--the innocence of children of different colors growing up together in a rural farming area.
The argument of the 1930's was cast less in terms of banks that were "too big to fail" than as a response to the faulty advice that banks had offered their clients.
Alan Greenspan is looking back at the 1930's in the U.
Edgar Hoover's directorship of the FBI fail to note the consonance of federal policing power in the early 1930's and the overall view of government embodied in the New Deal: that the exercise of governmental power was generally benevolent, and that federal intervention would revitalize, rather than undermine, local institutions.
He began his career in the 1930's with the Works Progress Administration.
Without controlled clinical trials, physicians treated MS with the "theory of the day" electricity in the 1860's, psychiatry in the 1930's, drugs to increase blood flow in the early 1950's.
French's seminal work illustrates what were widely held opinions in the 1930's.
Since the early 1930's Zero Halliburton[R] cases exude timeless fashion and style, and have appeared in hundreds of movies and television shows throughout the world.
PRINCETON: Everyone now knows that we are in the worst economic crisis since the 1930's.
In the 1930's, membership grew to 100 and the Annual Banquet became a blacktie affair, moving to a more formal and fitting setting.
COCCHIA Debuts the Fall Collection, an Original Creation Juxtaposing 1930's Golf Styles With Sexy Upscale Women's Apparel
A fascinating, fact-filled study of murder and the shortcomings of a 1930's homicide investigation.
Paul, where she learned to swing the bat and scoop up grounders on city playgrounds and fields during the 1930's and 1940's.
David Levine has studied the interracial conflict of the World War I and immediate postwar era; August Meier and Elliot Rudwick have written on the unionization of black auto workers in the 1930's and '40's; Dominic Capeci's work on World War II Detroit focuses on the conflict at the Sojourner Truth Housing Project in 1942; and Sidney Fine has produced a massive and comprehensive volume on the Detroit riot of 1967.
Prior to her purchase, the site had been used as a base by the Civilian Conservation Corps (under the Roosevelt Administration during the 1930's and '40's), as a dude ranch for family vacations, and as a Camp for the Catholic Youth Organization.