Depression Era and Dust Bowl Era
Depression Era and Dust Bowl Era: Depression era refers to the time when economic growth was slow while Dust Bowl era was the time of a great storm in America. The reason why the relief programs were inadequate was because they were handled by organizations which had no idea about disaster management. When the writer says ‘one does not talk architecture while the house is on fire’ meant that America was not supposed to claim to be the best yet it was unable to solve its problems amicably.
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The similarities of both Bowl Dust and Depression was that many people lost their job while others migrated to look for good life. There were also foreclosures in both periods as people were unable to pay their mortgages.