Monday, April 18, 2011


The Next Great Depression looks at the current economic meltdown in the US and compares and contrasts it with the lead up to the Great Depression, the 1929 Crash, its immediate aftermath and what brought us out of the Depression. Threading first person accounts with expert interviews, the special lets viewers understand how much history is repeating itself and what does history tell us about our future? After the stock market crashed in 1929, millions of Americans lost their jobs, their savings and their homes. President Herbert Hoover urged patience and self-reliance: He thought the crisis was just "a passing incident in our national lives," which the federal government wasn't responsible for resolving.

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  1. you're much welcome.. and about your question on Highland Towers.. I think it would be insensitive to tell everyone of my legal views on the incident.. Let's it be just like that so that the victim's family can mourn in peace