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A quick read about the return of prosperity by economist turned journalist Ralph Robey:

"Majority opinion among government economists at present, according to all reports, is that the current decline of business has another six or eight weeks to run and then there will be an about-face which will start us on an upgrade that by the end of the year will wipe out all the recent losses and bring production back to the high level of the final quarter of last year."

When W.W. II began and the factories reopened, the reality of having money and full-time employment made so many people giddy with excitement it proved to be too much for them - click here to read about that...

Although it is seldom recalled, it should be remembered that throughout the Great Depression, the United States still remained an enormously wealthy nation...

     


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Prosperity's Return (Newsweek Magazine, 1940)

Prosperity's Return (Newsweek Magazine, 1940)

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