Depressio oeconomica magna

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Mater pauper in California. Photographema a Dorothea Lange facta.

Depressio oeconomica magna fuit rerum oeconomicarum discrimen, quod totum mundum anno 1929 ineunte comprehendit. Pretia primum apud bursas Novi Eboraci collapsa sunt die Iovis, qui quidem saepe "ater" dies Veneris dicitur. Sed iam ante in Austria nonnullae domus argentariae corruerant vel aere dirutae erant. Quod illae argentariae pecuniam debebant argentariis in Americanis, ibi discrimen magnum erupsit.

Adhuc in dubio est, quare discrimen illud erupserit et quare denique superata sit. Decem annis post anno 1939 secundum bellum mundanum incepit, et numerus opere carentium in Europa et America decrevit.

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