Our Daily Bread & Other Films of the Great Depression - California Election News #2

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Our Daily Bread & Other Films of the Great Depression - California Election News #2

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Director:
King Vidor
Released:
1940
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Our Daily Bread & Other Films of the Great Depression - California Election News #2 is a film portrait of the Great Depression. It chronicles an era when work was scarce and morale was low. The film gives modern-day viewers a look into what it was like to be alive and trying to make ends meet in such a severe economic recession. Our Daily Bread & Other Films of the Great Depression - California Election News #2 also begins to show how America got out of the Great Depression. The economic and social programs implemented by Franklin Roosevelt, primarily the New Deal, is what ultimately brought the country back to its former glory by creating a plethora of new jobs for Americans. The New Deal was considered to have revamped the American system of government for years to come. World War II created the opportunity for even more jobs with enlistments and the necessity for supplies as well.
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