1920's, Great Depression and the New Deal: America has ended it's involvement in WWI and is now enjoying a new prosperity that as a nation they have not experienced. The country celebrates and begins to spend friviously without taking into account the possible effects of buying on margin (credit). As the nation parties on, the stock market crashes, plunging people into homelessness overnight. As the country reels from this devastation, various presidents attempt to solve our economic issues. FDR is elected on the premise of the New Deal and the country begins to slowly limp towards recovery.Please access Canvas for our class resourcesWhere are the White Wings?!?!