Adam Kirch treats us to a well written series of articles, published online by Bloomberg, about how the inspirational effects of economic depression found in 1930s literature are strangely absent today despite the current depression. So impressed am I by his insightful prose that I chose to store the series on this site to keep it to hand. The first of the series can be found here with links to the other articles.
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