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Greenspan: "The Stock Market Is Great", But The Economy Feels Like In "The Late Stages Of The Great Depression"

Source: zerohedge

While conflicting economic data leaves hope for both buills and bears, Alan Greenspan warns that, unlike Yellen, “US economic growth is not strong.” 115 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

The Great Depression

The Great Depression of the decade of the 1930s affected the United States and the rest of the industrial world. It started in the United States with the stock market crash of late 1929.  1,124 more words


the living new deal

In the depths of the Great Depression, President Franklin D. Roosevelt promised the American people a “New Deal.” Over the decade 1933-43, a constellation of federally sponsored programs put millions of jobless Americans back to work and helped to revive a moribund economy. 148 more words

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Johnny Cash

On February 26th 1932, Johnny Cash was born in Kingsland, Arkansas one of seven children, as birth he was named J.R. Cash. When Cash enlisted in the Air Force, they wouldn’t let him use initials as his name, so he started using his legal name as John R. 330 more words

Book Review: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

***Warning: Spoilers Ahead!***

Summary: This fictional novella depicts life for two traveling workers during the Great Depression. George and Lenny are two men who are constant companions as exemplified in the book’s theme: it doesn’t matter who you are with, so long as you are with someone. 375 more words

The Myth of the Depression of 1873: More Evidence of a Bright Future for Austrian Economics

By John P. Cochran – Re-Blogged From http://www.Mises.org

More evidence the future of Austrian economics is in good hands is Patrick Newman’s (a PhD student at George Mason University and a participant in the 2012 Mises Institute Summer Fellowship program) excellent piece of scholarship recently published in the… 387 more words

GDP & Employment