Classroom Lesson: Measuring the Great Depression
This lesson aligns with the C3 Framework for Social Studies Standards (D2.His.1.6-8; D2.His.1.9-12; D2.His.2.6-8; D2.His.2.9-12; D2.His.15.6-8; D2.His.15.9-12; D2.His.16.6-8; D2.His.16.9-12; D2.Eco.11.6-8; D2.Eco.11.9-12; D2.Eco.12.6-8; D2.Eco.12.9-12).
This lesson aligns with the National Standards in Economics (Standard 18).
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- "Staff Picks: A Memo from Miss Joy," an Inside FRASER article about Federal Reserve Board research assistant Aryness Joy
- "National Income, 1929-1932," a 1934 report on national income by Dr. Simon Kuznets of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
- "Survey of Current Business," a publication of the Bureau of Economic Analysis, 1921-2014
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