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What was the unemployment rate during the height of the Great Depression?

A. 5 percent B. 5 percent C. 25 percent D. 50 percent

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What was the unemployment rate during the height of the Great Depression?

A. 5 percent B. 5 percent C. 25 percent D. 50 percent

Answer

Unemployment Rate Of About 15% In 1940, Albeit Down From The High Of 25% In 1933.

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