America’s Changing Lifestyles—Part 1; Depression to World War II

For those who lived through it—and those who didn’t—here’s a snapshot of 20th Century U.S. history Photo courtesy of CNNSome 10,000 veterans in 1932, many who were unemployed, march on Washington in protest over pay. ■ Rusty Strait / Senior Reporter It amazes me that in the mad rush towards tomorrow, many seem to have lost the desire to understand, or even care about, how we arrived at our current destination. Our trip has been like a science fiction movie, except it is no longer sci-fi, It is reality. In this series, I will bring you along as we moved from farm to space in less than a century. Now let’s

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