The Great Depression, A Letter To Eleanor Roosevelt

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The Great Depression, A Letter To Eleanor Roosevelt

The Great Depression, A Letter To Eleanor Roosevelt

This is a letter to Eleanor Roosevelt expressing how I feel in regards to the economic crisis in the United States. In my opinion, I think President of the United States should do all that is in his power to help end the economic crisis facing the people of America in the near future. Not only have the economic crisis affected the America’s free market economy, but it has also affected me as an individual where I have been forced to lose my job as well as, putting my children at risks of getting poor medical care. This has been a great depression. For many years, I have had trouble in keeping my firm to acquire its competitive advantage because most of my employees wanted high salary for the job performed; however, fewer products were produced, most employees on the other hand lost their jobs as a result of global recession and inflation (Taylor, pg.143). Despite of the entire economic crisis in the U.S, I have managed to cope up with the situation to keep myself and my family going. Economic crisis is a grave threat to the individuals, stability as well as, the future of the young republic. Therefore, I think that if the President of the United States helps in ending the economic crisis in the U.S, the America as a whole will reshape, and the American debt crisis will definitely be over and thousands of banks and businesses which had failed will rise again. Conversely, the millions of people who were left homeless and drifted from towns to towns hunting for fruitless jobs and non-existent jobs will at the end return to their homes (Sandbrook, pg.183).

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Sandbrook, Dominic . “DOMINIC SANDBROOK: Could this be the end of America’s economic supremacy.” Mail Online. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Nov. 2013. <http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2021313/US-debt-crisis-Could-end-Americas-economic-supremacy.html>.

Taylor, Nick. “The Great Depression.” Great Depression (1930’s) News. N.p., 21 Nov. 2013. Web. 21 Nov. 2013. <http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/subjects/g/great_depression_1930s/>.

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