AuthorMitina, Yuliya Sergeevna
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis paper examines North Dakota's response to the Great Depression. By establishing a historical background, combined with the qualitative data, it shows that North Dakota's agricultural economy and progressive legacy played major roles in how the Great Depression affected the state, as well as how North Dakota reacted to the economic crisis. In forming a historically narrative, the paper aims to show the political turbulence the Depression helped cause and the outrages attempts North Dakotan politicians made to aid their citizens. The qualitative side aims to explain North Dakota's place among its neighbors and examine some of the potential factors that affected the economy of the state.
Degree ProgramHonors College