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The Authors Point of View Since yesterday talks about a time in history that was very unstable The author Frederick Lewis Allen writes this book which is based on the 1930s to portray to the reader that the 1930s along with the rest of America was prejudice This book attempts to explain to the reader some of the major events that occurred in 1930s Frederick Lewis Allen shows the reader that the 1930s was a tough time period to live in He accomplishes not only by words but explicit detail along with examples This book is an attempt to tell and in some measure to interpret the story of what in the future may be considered a distinct era in American history He has written the events that have never been chronicled before Allen begins to empathize about Coolidge and Harding era and WWI For example he tells the reader how these events lead to the disastrous events which have dramatically affected America He tells us about the destruction of what had been known as Coolidge and Hoover prosperity Allen uses facts that show how rent towards the end of WW1 began to become unbearable As he can be quoted Rent in most instances were worse than food prices It is a perfectly grand piece of historical record and synthetic journalism In the 1930s America was struck with the Depression they were introduced to even harder times He writes this to show the people that hey were living life wrong and did not see this coming Allen talks about FDR and his presidency He tells the reader how when FDR was elected in office he began to pass bills that would boost the American economy Next Allen tells us that the people in 1930s were extremely racist In the 1930s there was a rebirth of The Klu Klux Klan It was headed by a man named Colonel William Joseph Simmons
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