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The Twenties and Thirties The twenties and the thirties were very unusual time periods in American History In some ways they are alike but in most ways they are very different The twenties were a time of fun and partying This is probably the reason it is called the Roaring Twenties All of the thirties were known as The Great Depression It was probably called that because of the stock market collapse and the millions of people without jobs In the twenties industry took a very big step The automotive industry was the largest industry there was The assembly line made mass production possible and the industry boomed Henry Fords assembly line located in Detroit Michigan was the largest one in the country and possibly in the world When Ford first started making cars the only car he made was a black Model-T Almost everybody in the United States had a car Three-out-of-four families owned one or more cars With the assembly line they made a lot more cars in one day than they did before Instead of paying for the cars with cash people could now use credit to purchase items Since most families didnt have the money they would buy the car with credit and pay off the debt later The thirties was a bad time for the automotive industry By now Ford had made a Model-A and had three new colors tan purple and black All of the companies were making more cars than they could sell Nobody had enough money to buy a car because of all of the banks going under Millions of people lost whole fortunes Since no one had the money for a car the cars were not being sold This caused a big problem The dealers were very optimistic They continued to make cars hoping that sales would go up The new credit law was a wonderful idea It allowed people to
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