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GD ND Module 5 - Effects On People - Intro

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The Great Depression sets in.

The Great Depression sets in.

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  • 1. Impact of Great Depression on everyday lives of ordinary Americans
  • 2. Introduction
  • 3. People were poor, poor, poor. REAL POOR. Many were so poor they would go around begging for some help. Any help. When you ask someone if you can spare something, you are asking them to give it to you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4 F4yT0KAMyo#t=13
  • 4. Think. Why was the guy in the song asking people if they could spare a dime??? Folks were down, way down. x
  • 5. People made music about the times to help people get their feelings out. There was an African American man named “Barbecue Bob.” He was a very famous blues guitar player from Georgia. One of his songs that shows what people were experiencing and feeling was called “We Sure Got Hard Times Now.” If I could tell my troubles, it may would give my po' heart ease If I could tell my troubles, it may would give my po' heart ease But depressions got me, somebody help me please. If I don't feel no better, than I feel today,(2x) I'm gonna pack my few clothes and make my getaway.
  • 6. Describe the life situation of the typical person during the Great Depression.

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