The Hungry Years1

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Book Report Paradis, Adrian A. The Hungry Years. Philadelphia. 1967. There were few changes that could be seen; for the most part the revolution was quiet. Never before had so many people of the United States held in their hearts despair, panic and want. Yet out of the fear of the Depression came social reforms that have strengthened America and its people. The Depression was the worst economic decline ever in the United States history that …

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…interesting and it gave great insight on the most important parts and factors of the depression. It is recommended that anyone who claims the United States as their home country should read this book. It is a vital part of America’s history, and the citizens owe it to their country to learn of its background. The history of one’s nation is the history of oneself. Bibliography Paradis, Adrain A. The Hungry Years. Philadelphia. 1967.