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    What are the political implications of the Great Depression on United States, as well as on world trade?

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    1. What are the political implications of the Great Depression on United States, as well as on world trade?

    The Depression had profound political implications. In countries such as Germany and Japan, reaction to the Depression brought about the rise to power of militarist governments who adopted the regressive foreign policies that led to the Second World War. In countries such as the United States and Britain, government intervention ultimately resulted in the creation of welfare systems and the managed economies of the period following the Second World War.

    In the United States Roosevelt became President in 1933 and promised a "New Deal" under ...

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