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Essential Declarative:<br />Analyze 5 main causes of the Great Depression.<br />
Causes of the Great Depression<br />Farm Depression of the 1920s<br /><ul><li>Prices of farm products fell about 40% by 19...
Farmers were producing more than American consumers were consuming
Some farmers lost so much money 	they couldn’t pay the 	mortgage on their  farm
Farmers had to rent the land or 	move</li></li></ul><li>Causes of the Great Depression<br />Farm Depression of the 1920s<b...
Farmers were producing more than American consumers were consuming
Some farmers lost so much money 	they couldn’t pay the 	mortgage on their  farm
Farmers had to rent the land or 	move</li></li></ul><li>Causes of the Great Depression<br />Overproduction in Industry<br ...
Too few workers could afford to buy the factory output
The surplus products could not be sold overseas due to high tariffs and 	lack of money in Europe</li></li></ul><li>Causes ...
As a result, these workers couldn’t buy goods as fast as industry 	produced them</li></li></ul><li>99% of the population r...
Causes of the Great Depression<br />High Tariffs and War Debts<br /><ul><li>European nations owed $10 billion ($115 billio...
Their economies were devastated and had no way of paying the 	money back
U.S. insisted on repayment.
This forced the allies to demand Germany pay reparations imposed by 	Treaty of Versailles
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5 Main Causes of the Great Depression

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  • October 24, 1929, witnessed panicked government leaders who passed the Smoot-Hawley tariff to protect their domestic industries and jobs. This resulted in a 25 percent fall in the total number of units. Though the U.S. economy felt the pains of the Great Depression six months before other economies, its actual impact was felt in October 1929 when the stock market prices collapsed in the New York Stock Exchange. Besides tarnishing thousands of individual investors, the Great Depression affected a lot many banks and other financial institutions as well. https://askopinion.com/when-was-the-great-depression-what-caused-it
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5 Main Causes of the Great Depression

  1. 1. Essential Declarative:<br />Analyze 5 main causes of the Great Depression.<br />
  2. 2.
  3. 3. Causes of the Great Depression<br />Farm Depression of the 1920s<br /><ul><li>Prices of farm products fell about 40% by 1921 and remained low through the 1920s
  4. 4. Farmers were producing more than American consumers were consuming
  5. 5. Some farmers lost so much money they couldn’t pay the mortgage on their farm
  6. 6. Farmers had to rent the land or move</li></li></ul><li>Causes of the Great Depression<br />Farm Depression of the 1920s<br /><ul><li>Prices of farm products fell about 40% by 1921 and remained low through the 1920s
  7. 7. Farmers were producing more than American consumers were consuming
  8. 8. Some farmers lost so much money they couldn’t pay the mortgage on their farm
  9. 9. Farmers had to rent the land or move</li></li></ul><li>Causes of the Great Depression<br />Overproduction in Industry<br /><ul><li>Factories were producing products, however wages for workers were not rising enough for them to buy the goods
  10. 10. Too few workers could afford to buy the factory output
  11. 11. The surplus products could not be sold overseas due to high tariffs and lack of money in Europe</li></li></ul><li>Causes of the Great Depression<br />Uneven Distribution of Income<br /><ul><li>Industrial productions increased about 50% but the wages of the industrial workers rose far more slowly
  12. 12. As a result, these workers couldn’t buy goods as fast as industry produced them</li></li></ul><li>99% of the population received a 9% increase in their income, while the top 1% saw their income rise by 75%. <br />1,230,000 Americans<br />121,770,000 Americans<br />
  13. 13. Causes of the Great Depression<br />High Tariffs and War Debts<br /><ul><li>European nations owed $10 billion ($115 billion in current dollars) to the U.S. in reparations
  14. 14. Their economies were devastated and had no way of paying the money back
  15. 15. U.S. insisted on repayment.
  16. 16. This forced the allies to demand Germany pay reparations imposed by Treaty of Versailles
  17. 17. Europe could no longer purchase goods from the U.S.
  18. 18. 1922, U.S. passed the Hawley-Smoot Act
  19. 19. Instituted high tariffs on industrial products
  20. 20. Other nations retaliated and world trade declined</li></li></ul><li>
  21. 21. Stock Market Crash<br />What were the causes of the 1929 stock market crash?<br />What is “buying on the margin”?<br />
  22. 22. How did $30,000,000,000 evaporate?<br />
  23. 23. Speculation<br />Investors would buy stock that they thought would quickly rise in value, once the price went as high as the investor thought it would go they sold.<br />
  24. 24. Buying on Margin<br />Investors only had to put 5% of the stock value down; the stockbroker loaned the money they didn’t have<br />
  25. 25. Banks<br />Banks loaned stock brokers money for the margin loans, they used the savings people had deposited in the bank for these loans. <br />The savings was not insured.<br />
  26. 26. Monetary Policy<br />What were the attempts made to deal with the crisis?<br />What were President Hoover’s efforts to resolve the Depression?<br />
  27. 27. The Crash<br />By August 1929, 6 billion loaned out<br />Some investors realize market is saturated<br />Investors begin to sell stock, causing prices to drop<br />As prices drop, brokers call in their loans<br />Investors do not have the cash to payoff the loans<br />Brokers enforce sales of stock to payoff the loans<br />Prices drop more, causing panic sales of stock <br />Prices drop dramatically and money evaporates into thin air<br />

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