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The crumbling of Western culture after World War I mirrored how the global economy would as well After the War came what ultimately was the global state of depression This was in no means meant to describe the world emotionally but most likely it did People were jobless and some penniless There were dissatisfied nations dealing with terms of treaties with which they had no agreement The main reason for the spread of the depression was that of the lack of self-reliance that ultimately lead to the deterioration of the global economy due to the chain reactions resulting from the agricultural issues the failing of the global financial systems and the resistance to war reparationsThe first cause for the spread of the depression was that of exo-dependant field of agriculture The field of agriculture was defiantly self-reliant just due to how they handle business they grow food and sell it to people around the world During the war the farmland were neglected and destroyed from battle No one really cared about tending to the lands during that time of crisis besides a lot of the male workers were on the battlefields themselves When they started back up again the farmers had to buy expensive equipments to cultivate their lands and to start production again This time when they started up they felt that they had to produce a whole lot more so they could sell more in order to make their money back for their expensive equipment The farmers over-produced and the prices for their product fell With no one to buy their goods these farmers could not afford to pay off their debts for their equipment This would also affect them later when banks began to call for farm loans due to the market crash In conclusion the agricultural reliance on society imposed the spread of depression when they over-produced crops in order to meet their assumed societal demandThe next cause of the spread
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