Is America Facing The Same Economic Challenges That Preceded The Great Depression?

by Thom Hartmann edited by O Society July 5, 2019

The inequality tipping point where the working class can no longer afford to buy what they need to survive is getting close if it’s not already here.

The last time this happened… was right before the great depression of the second decade of the last century.

Is America’s working class now facing the same economic challenges that preceded the Great Depression?

From 1927-1933, Republicans controlled all three branches of the government when Presidents Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover occupied the White House.

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