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The Great Depression

 The Great Depression accelerated the growth of macroeconomics as a distinct field in economics.


Why did it last so long?

Fear of investment being nationalized.


The Great Depression, Robert J. Samuelson, Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.
The Great Depression, Wikipedia.

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