And the vaults are stuffed with silver, / That the farmer sweated for.
January 22, 2011 9:33 PM Subscribe
"People in these communities may not have experienced the Great Depression first-hand, but our research suggests that the cultural consequences of suspensions, especially as they relate to trust and demoralization, have been passed along for generations." Counties with higher bank suspension rates in 1930 experienced elevated suicide rates 70 years later.
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