The Causes of The Great Depression Video

Video title: The Causes

Use this American History video entitled The Causes of The Great Depression to study the conditions that contributed to the Great Depression, the upheavals triggered by the stock market's collapse in 1929, an event that ushered in the worst economic devastation in U.S. history.

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The Causes of The Great Depression Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • The Great Depression Causes. Learn about The Causes of The Great Depression. Explore the economic and social conditions that contributed to the Great Depression, such as the stock market crash and high unemployment.
  • Understand the conditions that contributed to the Great Depression, and survey the upheavals triggered by the stock market's collapse in 1929, an event that ushered in the worst economic devastation in U.S. history.
  • Gain insight to the hardships that confronted Americans during the Great Depression, a period spanning the 1930's that was characterized by high unemployment, widespread poverty, and long breadlines, which finally ended when America entered World War 2.
  • Examine the New Deal programs initiated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration that attempted to pull the United States out of economic crisis.
  • Survey the social and economic backdrop of the 1920's, and gain insight to the nature of capitalism and how the Great Depression threatened America's capitalist economy.
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