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I've bought and read a substantial number of books based on the various bibliographies in this series.
You will get a good basic understanding of the Great Depression and New Deal by reading this very brief book.
For the briefness of its approach, Rauchway's book offers good insight into the Depression and New Deal.
If it wasn't for the class I am taking I would not read it all!! GRAD School gotta love it!Published 10 months ago by Martise
The Great Depression and the New Deal are -- even now -- controversial and subject to interpretation by historians of just about every stripe. Read morePublished 11 months ago by jbsdad
I didn't spend a lot of time with this book. If you accept that Roosevelt brought us out of the depression with the New Deal, it gives you the basic history. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brian
If you need to get up to speed quickly on the basics of the Great Depression, this little book is perfect for the job. Read morePublished 17 months ago by J. Garrick
Covers the basic material in an interesting and quick fashion-allowing one to pick out events, people, & policy that bear further readingPublished 17 months ago by pickclick
Perfect starter for a study of the dirty thirties in America. Good for students or anyone interested in our history.Published 18 months ago by Dorothy Andrews
This is a brief account of the history of the Great Depression and the New Deal. It is told from a historical and political perspective. Read morePublished 19 months ago by W. Cheung
Great and very well documentated book with lots of quotes and historical sources behind. However, it is quickly read because of it's narrow, but relevant, focus on the Great... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jones
This book is good at briefly telling an unbiased history of the Great Depression. It summarizes the research into the causes of the Great Depression and the various aspects of the... Read morePublished on April 10, 2011 by Todd Carlsen