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Which was the most widespread economic consequence of the Great Depression? A. Many Americans lost their jobs. B. Many Americans lived in shantytowns. C. Many Americans were hungry. D. Many Americans moved west.

Bethany Evans

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Roger Moore on June 29, 2018

The most notorious and widespread, a result of the Great Depression in the united states was that many Americans lost their jobs. You may find that the rates of unemployment in AMERICA reached 25% in the worst year of the Great Depression, which was 1939. To deal with the enormous unemployment, president Franklin D. Roosevelt created special programs.

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