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The book How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie provided a way for people to motivate themselves and enter the work force after the Great Depression As an enlightened individual and business man of the time Mr Carnegie created a book that touched a nerve and filled a human need that was more than a faddish phenomenon of post-Depression days as evidenced by its continued and uninterrupted sales into the eighties almost half a century later Carnegie 13 The peoples low morals and lost hope during and after the Depression made Dale Carnegies book How to Win Friends and Influence People an overnight sensationAs stated by Overview of Great Depression it is widely known that the Great Depression was a worldwide business slump of the 1930s It ranked as the worst and longest period of high unemployment and low business activity in modern times 1 A Decade of Devastation claims it to be the most savaging of the western world 1 The Great Depression began in October of 1929 when stock values in the United States dropped rapidly 1 As the Great Depression progressed more and more men had lost their jobs They had to spend their days searching for any kind of work that they could find Even women took on the task of searching for jobs to support their family whenever they had the chance Similarly kids who were graduating from college in 1935 had to wait several years to get a job Effects on Families of the Great Depression 1 However what were the chances that one would find work in the middle of the Great Depression It is documented by Unemployment on families during the Great Depression that from 1925 to 1933 the unemployment rate went from 3 to 25 percent or 13 million Before long the only rising cure in the statistics was that of unemployment Brogan 531 In other words by the end of 1933 three
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