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World 20population 20and 20oil 201900 small square Economic trend at the turn of the century. New 20th century economicsThe U.S. economy changed dramatically during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, as the country transformed from a rural agricultural nation to an urban industrial giant, the leading manufacturing country in the world. A number of important trends and developments characterized this tumultuous period.
05 cover small square The post-gilded age or the early 20th century economy The post-gilded ageThe first decade of the twentieth-century saw profound change in the makeup of America. The population grew rapidly throughout the decade as nearly nine million immigrants entered the country, with most arrivals coming from Italy, Austria-Hungary, and Russia.
6 small square Prior to the war Pre-war economic timesBefore the outbreak of war, political unrest had come to a head in London.
Omaha small square War time in England War time worldwide, ex. in England.War boosted employment in London's already large armaments factories. Woolwich Arsenal's workforce rose to 75,000, of whom 28,000 were women, brought in to the factory to replace men on military service.
Historic debt small square The Roaring twenties Roaring 20sAt the beginning of the 1920s, the United States was converting from a wartime to peacetime economy. When weapons for World War I were no longer needed, there was a temporary stall in the economy.
Wallstreet 1014938c small square Stock market crash (at the end of the Roaring 20s) Black ThursdayIn 1929, the stock market crash ushered in the Great Depression. What made the stock market crash? Here's a brief summary.
Urdep small square The Great Depression The Great DepressionWage income for workers who were lucky enough to have kept their jobs fell almost 43% between 1929 and 1933. It was the worst economic disaster in American history. Farm prices fell so drastically that many farmers lost their homes and land. Many went hungry.
Ukrufwmhbsks small square Great Depression-World War 2. Depression and warDepression/WarFor the United States, World War II and the Great Depression constituted the most important economic event of the twentieth century.
World 20economy 20saidaonline small square In 1940-1949, WWII energizes economy War energizes economyFor many nations, World War II began Sept. 3, 1939. It would not become America's war until 27 months later on Dec. 7, 1941, when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
Af 092010 2a small square A mixed growth US economy (post-war). Mixed growth in US economyFor nearly half a century historians and economists, almost without exception, have misinterpreted the performance of the U.S. economy in the 1940s
0207 orecover 02 brazil economy full 600 small square A bouncing back economy A bouncing back economyBy 1950 people generally recognized that the nation's economy — the financial performance of its businesses — affects every American personally.
Website graphic small square A stale economy A stale economyThe economy of the 1950's was a relatively stale period of time. Because it was much of an uneventful era, the economy did not experience any major problems or breakthroughs. However, the gradual growth of the U.S. during this time led the economy to its peak in the 60's.
1116 p118 prod chart 398x300 small square The comeback US economy The comeback US economyThe median family income (in 1971 dollars) is $7,688. The per-capita national debt stands at $1,582. U.S. businesses spend $1 billion on computers. U.S. advertisers spend $1.6 billion on television commercials.
Eurasia 2006 1155155100 dscf8495 small square America on the rise [Rising America](. http://www.enotes.com/1960-business-economy-american-decades)In 1941 publishing magnate Henry Luce proclaimed the dawning of the American Century, and by the mid 1960s, if one looked at the business community, there was every reason to believe he was correct.
Householddebtgdp09210812 small square Another post-war economy A post-War economyDuring the 70s, the Vietnam War had just concluded and the U.S. economy was hurting. The golden age is over and the U.S. entered a recession. Many problems were starting to pop up and it was overwhelming the American people. The new problems were the energy shortage, high inflation, and high unemployment.
Deregulation small square Deregulation DeregulationIn 1978, after the success of airline deregulation, the federal government reduced or eliminated regulations that had governed many other industries.
Goldilocks economy small square The ‘Goldilocks’ economy Goldilocks economyIn 1983, the American economy entered a long expansion that lasted until a brief recession at the end of the decade. Inflation was low, unemployment was low, and steady growth led to rising standards of living.
Goldilocks1 small square Still ‘Goldilocks’ economy? Still Goldilocks?Annual input-output accounts of the U.S. economy, 1985
060329 cars big small square An improved US economy Improved US economyInflation has not been as significant factor in the US economy in the 1990s as it was in the 1970s and 1980s.
Billclintonpresident small square A booming US economy Booming US econnmyThe resurgence of the U.S. economy from 1995 to 1999 outran all but the most optimistic expectations.
Infiniti prepares m  460x0w small square An economy on top of its game A top economyUS business firms enjoy considerably greater flexibility than their counterparts in Western Europe and Japan in decisions to expand capital plant, lay off surplus workers, and develop new products
Obama official photo small square A sunken economy that is now rebounding A rebounding US economyAmericans have grown gloomier about both the economy and the nation’s direction over the past three months even as the U.S. shows signs of moving from recession to recovery.
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