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Which was not a warning sign of tough economic times ahead before the Great Depression?
Weegy: The 2008–2012 global recession, sometimes referred to as the late-2000s recession, [ Great Recession,[1] the Lesser Depression,[2] or the Long Recession,[3] is a marked global economic decline that began in December 2007 and took a particularly sharp downward turn in September 2008. The global recession affected the entire world economy, with higher detriment in some countries than others. It is a major global recession characterized by various systemic imbalances and was sparked by the outbreak of the Financial crisis of 2007–2008. The economic side effects of the European sovereign debt crisis,[4] accompanied with slowing US[5] and Chinese growth [6] continues to provide obstacles to world economic growth. ] (More)
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The American space program went through three phases in the 1960s. The Apollo Columbia Gemini Mercury program started it all and used a single-passenger craft. User: Which early labor union is being described below? Started in 1869, by Uriah S. Stephens, this was one of the first relatively permanent labor unions. All workers were admitted regardless of race, skill or position. This union grew slowly and conducted most of its work in private, away from the opposition of big business.
Weegy: The early unions that organized skilled workers in a single craft used the leverage of their workers' skills to force employers to cede to demands for better wages and working conditions. [ These skilled workers would go on strike, depriving companies of their labor, which was hard to replace Read more: Why Did Early Labor Unions Fail? | eHow.com ] User: Which early labor union is being described below? Started in 1869, by Uriah S. Stephens, this was one of the first relatively permanent labor unions. All workers were admitted regardless of race, skill or position. This union grew slowly and conducted most of its work in private, away from the opposition of big business. Weegy: The early unions that organized skilled workers in a single craft used the leverage of their workers' skills to force employers to cede to demands for better wages and working conditions. [ These skilled workers would go on strike, depriving companies of their labor, which was hard to replace Read more: Why Did Early Labor Unions Fail? | eHow.com ] User: Which was not a warning sign of tough economic times ahead before the Great Depression? Big corporations, such as Ford, began closing factories and laying off workers. Even with advanced machinery and efficiency, farmers were not very prosperous. Loans the U.S. gave to foreign governments were being used to buy U.S. goods. Stock prices increased as people bought on credit, not because of real investment. Weegy: Even with advanced machinery and efficiency, farmers were not very prosperous was not a warning sign of tough economic times ahead before the Great Depression. (More)
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