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Most economists attribute the 1929 stock market crash in the United States as the trigger for the great depression. 4Trade and incomes experienced a dramatic drop. This led to a dip in tax collection for the treasury. At the peak of the great depression, unemployment rates stood at 25% in the United States. Other developed nations had unemployment rates of over 30% of the working age population.
Many historians and economists believe that there are two theories that best describe the cause of the Great Depression. 5 The Demand theory argues that service and products were being over produced while the demand was not keeping up with the supply. Companies were over investing in products that had no matching demand meaning the companies were spending more than they were making6.This led to huge losses and companies going out of business leading to high unemployment rate. The monetarist theory believes that the depression was minor problem that was compounded by poor decisions and mistakes by financial institutions7. These institutions inflated debts causing people to stay indebted for much longer period8. Whatever triggered the great depression is still subject to debate but it cannot be denied that its effects were felt globally10.
I used the online library to get my sources specifically Google books section. I opted for this source since it was the easiest way to access some books which the local library may not have .Hence it is convenient and can be accessed 24 hours a day. The books have various strengths and weaknesses which led me to choose them after evaluation.
The secondary sources though have are recently published books and rely mostly on previously published works whose accuracy may not be easily verified. Their main advantage over the primary sources is that they may tap into more studies and research works that may not have been possible hence provide a more comprehensive and
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The cases are granted by the Supreme Court based on certain guidelines put forward in the Article III. II) The Paramount Article III Importantly, the authority to adjudicate constitutional disputes comes within the scope of Article III. According to Article III, the judicial power in the United States is vested upon the federal courts.
However, as recent documentary evidences show, there was actually a connection between the Jews wanting Palestine and both World Wars, with the Jewish elite willing to provoke wars just to get Palestine (Freedman n. p.). One of the major historical documents that proves the connection between the Jewish Zionist elite and World War II was the Declaration of War made by Judea against Germany in 1933 (The Barnes Review 41-45).
An emerging theme is the anti-federalists fears that the new constitution places too much power in the federal government and threatens to create civil unrest and division. The federalists take the position that the new constitution is necessary for averting civil unrest and division.
Usually these sources come up when the events or circumstances are occurring. Primary sources have their content; it does not matter whether they were in their primary format, in microfilm or microfiche, in written format, or in digital format. Knowing what a primary source is can be difficult, it is more apparent as in the case of books and pamphlets.
The region is home to a handful of emerging economies, with Brazil and Venezuela at the forefront. It is the latter that will be the focus of this policy brief, for Venezuela is blessed with rich oil resources,
nd the crises and conflicts in the post-Cold War era, it will be theorized that the demise of the Cold War will increase the risk of conflict thereby undermining world peace. This theory will be examined by reference to Mearsheimer’s The Tragedy of Great Power Politics as
tisan document that presented to the entire world a moving justification for the American independence and a rational for the severance of the American colonies from the British Empire. The declaration is both an enunciation of some general principles governing humanity and
To appreciate this argument further, it is prudent to visit the literature of the following documents.
The Pendleton Act passed during President George .W. Pendleton’s administration in 1883, championed