美国经济大萧条英文版 ppt课件

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简单点开头就行了啊。就说as we all known that there are all kinds of musics in America,and of couse all kinds of singers.today,i'd like to present some representives of the American singers to you,and take you into their hearts and soulswww.egvchb.cn防采集请勿采集本网。

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定期的民选总统,比如三权分立,司法独立,多党轮流执政,比如言(无字)论自由,比如保护产权,比如军队国家化。所以我们看到了美国民(无字)主制度的保障了民(无字)权。即民(无字)主制度

美国经济大萧条英文版 THE GREAT DEPRESSION 经济大萧条 The Great Depression ?Brief introduction ?Effects ?Causes ?Measures Brief introduction The Great Depression(1929-1933),originated in U.S. history, the severe(严重的) economic crisis supposedly precipitated by the U.S. stock-market crash of October 29, 1929 (known as Black Tuesday). From there, it quickly spread to almost every country in the world. It was the longest, most widespread, and deepest depression of the 20th century. Effects: ?Unemployment and homelessness increased ?Bank Closings -- the collapse of the nation’s financial system ?Political Unrest ?Farm Foreclosures 在布鲁克林区的“血汗工厂”里,15岁左右的童工每周只挣二元七角八 分。

每个人理解不同,这个需要自己研究做出来的。别人的一般用不了,比如下面的术语: high-context/low-context culture individualis/collectivist culture shame/crime culture horizontal/

女工每周工作50小时,报酬是二元三角九分。

TPP:跨太平洋伙伴关系协定(Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement),也被称作“经济北约”,是目前重要的国际多边经济谈判组织,前身是跨太平洋战略经济伙伴关系协定(Trans-Pacific Strategic

当然,人在街头流 浪久了,也能找到一些 窍门。

下面的可以不?呵呵,我是英语专业的,美国概况就上的这些东西: 一、个人主义(individualism) 个人主义是美国文化的核心。美国人崇尚个人至上,自我奋斗,深信个人尊严,为自己而生活,讲究个人

譬如,花五分钱 要一杯咖啡,然后白要 一杯开水,把柜台上的 番茄酱倒一些同开水一 搅和,就算是番茄汤了。

--摘自威廉.曼彻斯 特·《光荣与梦想》 1932年6月,美国东北各名牌大学的应届毕业生步21974名老学长的后尘,也在 拼命找工作了。

那时连在纽约百货公司开电梯也要有学士学位,而且对他们当中好 些人说来,这已是最好的差使了 --摘自威廉.曼彻斯特·《光荣与梦想》 Causes: ?It had been the immense disparity between the country’s productive power and the American people’s ability to consume. Herbert Clark Hoover (赫伯特·克拉克·胡佛) New Deal: Roosevelt's economic recovery plan, the New Deal, instituted unprecedented programs for relief, recovery and reform, and brought about a major realignment of American politics. Franklin D. Roosevelt (富兰克林·罗斯福)

The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression in the decade preceding World War II.The timing of the Great Depression varied across nations,but in most countriesit started in 1930 and lasted until the late 1930s or middle 1940s.It was thelongest,deepest,and most widespread depression of the 20th century.In the 21st century,the GreatDepression is commonly used as an example of how far the world's economy candecline.The depression originated in the United States,after the fall in stock prices that began around September 4,1929,and becameworldwide news with the stock market crash of October 29,1929(known as BlackTuesday).The Great Depression haddevastating effects in countries rich and poor.Personalincome,tax revenue,profits and prices dropped,while internationaltrade plunged by than 50%.Unemployment in the U.S.rose to 25%,and insome countries rose as high as 33%.Cities all around the world were hit hard,especially thosedependent on heavyindustry.Construction was virtually halted in many countries.Farming and rural areas suffered as cropprices fell by approximately 60%.Facing plummeting demand with few alternatesources of jobs,areas dependent on primary sector industries such as cash cropping,mining and logging suffered the most.Some economies started to recoverby the mid-1930s.In many countries,the negative effects of the GreatDepression lasted until after the end of World War II.Unemployment Reached 25%During the Great Depression:By 1933,the height of the Depression,unemployment hadrisen from 3%to 25%of the nation’s workforce.Wages for those who still hadjobs fell 42%.GDP wascut in half,from$103 to$55 billion.This was partly because of deflation,where prices fell 10%per year.Panicked government leaders passed the Smoot-Hawley tariffs to protect domestic industries andjobs.As a result,world trade plummeted 65%as measured in dollars and 25%intotal number of units.Life During The Great Depression:The Depression caused many farmers to lose theirfarms.At the same time,years of erosion and a drought created the“Dust Bowl”in the Midwest,where no crops couldgrow.Thousands of these farmers and other unemployed workers traveled toCalifornia to find work.Many ended up living as homeless“hobos”or inshantytowns called“Hoovervilles,"named after then-PresidentHerbert Hoover.What Caused the GreatDepression of 1929?According to Ben Bernanke,the current Chairman of the Federal Reserve,the stock market crash and the subsequent Depression wereactually caused by tight monetary policies that the Federal Reserve instituted atthat time内容来自www.egvchb.cn请勿采集。

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