1934: Recovering from the Depression Will Take Longer than Before

Senator Henry Shipstead believed the depression (the Great Depression, actually) would take longer to recover from than previous depressions had in 1934, noting that "the future is mortgaged beyond the ability to pay."

I wonder what Sen. Shipstead would say about the current difficulties.

Next post at 9 a.m.

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