Ames Forester


Some things change little with time in the United States. One example of this is unemployment which resurfaces as a problem every so often. Unemployment was at its worst during the great depression with a 25 per cent figure for young people between the ages of 15 and 24. Unemployment in 1979 is relatively low at six per cent but continues its history as an important political issue.



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