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Great Depression Vo.

TermDefinition
Invest to commit money in the hopes of making money in the future.
Stock Exchange a place where shares in corporations are bought and sold through an organized system.
Default to fail to meet an obligation, especially a financial one.
Public Works projects such as the building of highways, packs, and libraries built with public funds for public use.
Work Relief are programs that give people in need of jobs.
Subsidy a grant of money, often from the government to a person or company for an action intended to benefit the public.
Migrant Worker a person who moves from place to place to find work.
Fascism a political philosophy that stresses the glory of state over the individual and that favors dictatorship.
Pension a sum paid regularly to a person, usually after retirement.
Unemployment Insurance payment by the government for a limited period of time to people who have lost their jobs.
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