Accounts Of The Great Depression

This comes from Chapter 8 Of America 1929-1941 The Great Depression By Robert s McElvaine To the factory gates, only to find a hundred others...
This comes from Chapter 8 Of America 1929-1941 The Great Depression By Robert s McElvaine To the factory gates, only to find a hundred others already there, staring blankly at the sign: no help wanted. The search then became more feverish. One day in 1934 a man in Baltimore walked twenty miles in search of a job. "I just stopped every place," he said, "but mostly they wouldn't even talk to me." Perhaps an employment agency? A long wait, but it will be worth it to get a job. At last a chance. The questions: name, age, experience. Yes, well,...