U.S. ECONOMIC HISTORY
A complicating factor in the current economic turmoil is that too many citizens don't know much about how the economy works, nor do they have a historic context for it -- they just have ideology. How many citizens can describe the economic collapse of 1929-33 and relate it to today's conditions? U.S. Economic history covers the historical context of the economic situation and sheds light on some much-needed information from the past.
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