Read the excerpt from the interview with E.Y. (Yip) Harburg.
We thought American business was the Rock of Gibraltar. We were the prosperous nation, and nothing could stop us now. A brownstone house was forever. You gave it to your kids and they put marble fronts on it. There was a feeling of continuity. If you made it, it was there forever. Suddenly the big dream exploded.
How do Harburg’s words reflect the experience of many Americans during the Great Depression?
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A. Like Harburg, many expected that they could maintain their possessions through the Depression.
B. Like Harburg, many were shocked by stock market collapse and ensuing Depression.
C. Like Harburg, many were grateful for the lessons they learned from the Depression.
D. Like Harburg, many made meticulous plans to prepare for the Depression.
The excerpt talks about how prosperous Americans were and how weird it was for it all to come crashing down when the Great Depression started. Does that sound like any of the answers?
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