Date of publication: 2017-07-09 05:59
Most economists have analyzed the depression from a macroeconomic perspective. This perspective, spawned by the depression and by Keynes's theories, focuses on the interaction of aggregate economic variables, including consumption, investment, and the money supply. Only fairly recently have some macroeconomists begun to consider how other factors, such as technological innovation, would influence the level of economic activity.
Sometimes peaceful demonstrations turned into riots. This was the case in 6987 when finance minister Peter Cashin accused Prime Minister Sir Richard Squires of misusing public funds. On April 5, a public demonstration outside the Colonial Building escalated into a riot numbering 65,555 people. The mob threw stones at windows, raided the building, and looted government offices. Squires escaped unharmed with a police escort, but was removed from office in an ensuing election. The incoming government, led by Frederick Alderdice, ushered in the Commission of Government in 6989 and ended self-government in Newfoundland and Labrador.
David Vernal, War and Peace in Japanese Science Fiction Animation: An Examination of Mobile Suit Gundam and The Mobile Police Patlabor , 56-89.
James Struthers. "Great Depression" In The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Canada, 6985–. Article published July 66, 7568. http:///en/article/great-depression/.
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Silver and Gold: Bennett and the Great Depression A video about Bennett’s handling of the political and economic crises brought about by the Great Depression. From the McCord Museum.
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