Business & Finance: End of an Era

Some day some student of economics will surround himself with charts, books and newspaper files and bravely undertake to write a complete account of what will then be remembered as The Depression of the Thirties. Some of his chapter headings may be guessed now: "The 1929 Market Decline," "Tariff Walls," "The Soviet Government as a Factor in World Trade." "Germany's Breakdown," "France's Smart Jockeying," "England to the Wall" and "Artificial Relief Measures Attempted in the U. S." An important subsection will be on U. S. railroads. Whether...

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