Great Depression - Chinese America - American colonial rebellion
The article describes a new hope for America as compared to how it used to be in the twenty first Century. American colonial rebellion led to its fight against all abusing culture that bureaucracies in Europe and China petrified. Some year back, Americans found themselves in challenging situations such as lack of job, money, property, infinite resources, as well as, unsettled territories like the long tenure by Native Americans. Nevertheless, America held unto the promise of transforming into a place where every individual would hope to set her feet on, a land where a person would reinvent herself and hope to have a better life than everybody.
America never lost hope despite the fact that it's reduced population in the middle of the nineteenth century as compared to a country like China. Most of the people in American lived in hamlets and small farms, which is contrary to the situation today. In addition, the cities sizes in America were tiny and could not fit into a national character. It is a surprise for a person who witnessed the transformation that America went through to reach to the economic status it is currently, for instance, cities like New York and London held five hundred thousand citizens and two million respectively. America's economy was poor to the extent of rearing chickens in the yards away before Chinese settled in California. In fact, before Chinese's settlement to America, the citizens had lost hope and started imitating the poor standards of living in Europe and British Isles.
[...] As the number of jobless Americans increased, American did not have enough cash to reimburse for the Chinese services they provided like laundry and/or restaurant dining. The repercussions of the depression increased that left the state with no alternative other than creating emergency legislations to curb the effects. As a result, the federal programs helped in regulating banks, encourage public projects, and get the jobless Americans back to their places of work. Such programs were the benefits of ethnic Chinese through offering them financial assistance and government jobs. [...]
[...] In fact, migrating and escaping from the British oppression meant survival especially considering the vast number of Americans who died out hunger on the main streets. Migrating alone was not enough to create a new hope for Americans. This implies that the citizens required capital to commence business, which was scarce in quantity. In addition, the land was a significant issue especially because it is a factor or production, which increases the challenges of farming and acquiring land. There are numerous challenges for the immigrants towards realizing a new hope. [...]
[...] For instance, a white family used to bury an infant for each five siblings, while a black family buried one infant out of three. Lack of technology and human power lowered the level of production where people had to perform everything using hands and exerting extremely high physical efforts. War and harshness of the living style were some of the greatest inhabitants of economic growth resulting from fellow people and the rising racism for the Chinese who migrated to California. The migration got widely spread where the whites moved to the west and multiplied in number. [...]
[...] As America gains a new hope, The Great Depression forced it to shut down its numerous aspects that make it a glittering nation. The depression occurred in 1920, which evokes images related to pleasures and new fashions. For instance, the images are flappers dressed in short skirts, bootleggers dressed in speakeasies, among others. Before the occurrence of the depression, most people owned possessions and money. The government granted free reins to every business partner in the twenties, which increased the nation's economic growth. [...]
[...] The effects of the depression affected all the advancements that the American government and its citizens had made. The consequences originated from Ney York down to America's hinterlands, which ended up shutting down the main banks, as well as, lowering the potential for companies to conduct sound business. As a result, at least twenty million people ended up being jobless, which constituted to sixteen percent of the total population in the United States. Making matters worse, the great depression caused the strategies of capitalisms to come into a standstill. [...]
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