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  1. Category:1930s in the United States - Wikipedia

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  3. Category:1930s United States bomber aircraft - Wikipedia

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  4. Category:United States in the 1930s - Wikimedia Commons

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  7. Category:1930s American television series - Wikipedia

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  11. 1930s - The Great Depression, FDR's New Deal & Culture - HISTORY

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    • The Great Depression. The stock market crash of October 29, 1929 (also known as Black Tuesday) provided a dramatic end to an era of unprecedented, and unprecedentedly lopsided, prosperity.
    • “A New Deal for the American People” By 1932, many Americans were fed up with Hoover and what Franklin Roosevelt later called his “hear nothing, see nothing, do nothing government.”
    • The First Hundred Days. The new president acted swiftly during his first hundred days in office to, he said, “wage a war against the emergency” just as though “we were in fact invaded by a foreign foe.”
    • American Culture During the 1930s. During the Depression, most people did not have much money to spare. However, most people did have radios–and listening to the radio was free.