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US History Outline TopicHow the events of the prosperous Roaring Twenties caused and led to the stock market crash of 1929 and the beginning of the Great Depression in America I Introduction The Roaring Twenties in the United States A The unemployment rate was down B New technology and machinery was being developed 1Men began investing in the stock market 2 The radio and automobile were among the first leisure items of the time C The speculation over the stock market and a false sense of security cause thousands to invest and buy stocks on margin D Stock Market Crash of 1929 cripples the world economy and thus marks the beginning of the Great Depression 1 Great depression becomes the worst economic disaster ever to occur in the United States 2 A decade of turmoil and unrest ruins foreign nations and brings international trade to a halt 3 The US emerges as the dominate force II Events of the 1920s leading to the decline of the world economy and Great Depression A Unequal distribution of wealth B Growing gap between the rich and the poor 1 Uneven distribution of wealth between industries and nations as well as the upper and middle class 2 President lowers income tax on rich C Overproduction of goods with declining consumer population D New technology replaces human labor 1 Unemployment rises in America 2 Banks loan more money to poor 3 Mass production eliminates agricultural side of the economy 4 Warehouses fill when the consumers have little money to spend causing a large drop in prices E Stock Market Crash of 1929 delivers final blow to already weakened economy 1 Share prices drop when companies begin doing poorly 2 Crash occurs when thousands of investors sell their shares III Foreign affairs A Loaning of money to European countries by
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