dtalley Wrote:
Dec 13, 2012 9:50 AM
Revolutionary thoughts. America had a moment of self doubt during the Great Depression when 25% of the workforce was unemployed, which with the norm of one wage earner families meant 25% of the families faced ruin. As detailed by Amity Shlaes in "The Forgotten Man", the Great Depression became so by the political meddling of DC, Roosevelt and the Democratic Party's desire to be relevant and drive to be a necessity to as many voters as possible. It still continues on. Read more on: www.valuesofamerica.com