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WWII Monetary Policies
A look at how the economic policies of the 1930s and WWII affected the Great Depression.
# 64761 | 4,308 words | 5 sources | APA | 2006 | US

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This paper examines the effects of the economic policies of the U.S. in the 1930s and during WWII, in order to determine if those policies were responsible for pulling the nation out of the Great Depression that so engulfed the world. The paper begins with a look at the economic and political situation preceding this period so that a greater understanding of the policies can be obtained and ends by concluding that the economic policies of the thirties and WWII did indeed pull the U.S. out of its economic depression.

Table of Contents
President Woodrow Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Enters the Picture

From the Paper:

"In our histories and those of the other four major powers negotiating, France, Great Britain, Spain and of course Germany the very deepest roots of the "Great Depression," are to be found. In his book, "The Economic Consequences of the Peace, 1920," the renowned English Economist John Maynard Keynes sums the issue quite concisely by relating the speech of the German Count Brockdorff-Rantzau to the assembled Peace Conference of the Allied and Associated Powers. The Count had been charged with assembling a study of the effects of the conditions of the Peace on the situation of the German Population."

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