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Chapter 7. Cities in the Great Depression, 1929–1941
Chapter 7. Cities in the Great Depression, 1929–1941

The period covered in this chapter starts with the onset of the Great Depression—the culmination of an economy increasingly concentrated in a few industries, weak consumer demand combined with high debt, and bankrupt European nations defaulting on debts, punctuated by a dramatic decline in stock market prices in October 1929—and it ends with the Japanese ...

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