Lead: During the 1920s, the uneven distribution wealth was one of the causes of the Great Depression – the worst economic slump in modern history, signaled by the stock market crash in October 1929.

                 Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

                Content: Although the roaring twenties was an era of great prosperity for some Americans and particularly for business in the U.S., the tremendous income gap between the wealthy and the working-class laid the foundation for the Great Depression.

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