The Great Depression 1929-1939

The Great Depression 1929-1939

Book - 1990
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Berton proves that the government failed to take the bold steps necessary to deal with mass unemployment, drought and despair, and Canada emerged from the ordeal a different nation. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, c1990
ISBN: 9780771012709
0771012705
Branch Call Number: 330.971/BER
Characteristics: 555 p. :,ill. ;,25 cm

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rb3221
Mar 22, 2015

Overall a good account but too much political info and not enough of the people who suffered and prevailed through this incredibly tough period in our history.

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Glider4distence
Jun 26, 2013

down.. thinking they making it all up ... dodging but ... riotz c"s allways cool ...
wishing i was up north away and making good dimes .... all of them ... dthem!!! @ 201 central st ride ... VANcd DONT STOP ... N SHAD TUBING THATS ALLL GOOD ... NOT FORN bB around main and of station! @ low buget 4$ life N n!!! pEACE!! EDGE

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johnsankey
Nov 22, 2010

One of Berton's weaker books. His ideology gets in the way of his customary objectivity to show the worst examples of the depression and to blame it on those with money.

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