anonymous
  • anonymous
During the Depression foreclosure rates skyrocketed. What was the main cause?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Did you even... Pay attention in class when the Great Depression was discussed.
anonymous
  • anonymous
"Lack of money" is very basic knowledge that most surely you were taught during whatever lesson you were supposed to be participating in on this era of history.
anonymous
  • anonymous
With the economy flat-lining banks had to find a way to rake back in money so they increased the interest rates. Since people were limited jobs in that time they were unable to pay off their mortgages.

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