Originally Posted by norton
The economic depression. Unemployment from 1932 to 1935 topped 20+% every year, reaching almost 25% in 1933. This is the heart of when the GG were growing up. The safety net of today didn't exist.
Our unemployment figures in the last few years reached 8% or so, depending on how they are counted. And you can go down to the unemployment office and pick up a check when you get laid off.
Sir, they were subjected to a great depression.
Once again, the topic of this debate is about what they SACRIFICED.
I highlighted that not in anger but to point out the point of discussion.
A forced hardship is not a sacrifice.
Please, make a definitive point or lets agree to disagree......
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