- n. The decade from 1930 to 1939.
- n. the decade from 1930 to 1939
“The Social Security card my father was issued in the 1930s is the same paper card technology I have, my daughters have, and my grandson has.”
“Timothy Egan's searing history of the economic and ecological collapse of the southern Great Plains during the 1930s is an epic cautionary tale ...”
“Before gushing over Hayek, remember that he attributed the high unemployment in 1930s Weimar to the laziness of the Germans!”
“WASHINGTON (AP) — The unemployment rate rose to 9.8 percent in September as employers cut more jobs than expected, evidence that the longest recession since the 1930s is still inflicting widespread pain.”
“If you haven't already read Bayou online, it's a wonderful, and occasionally disturbing, exploration of racism and violence in 1930s Mississippi that seamlessly weaves in elements of mythology and folk belief.”
“His exploiters in a entertainment courtesy substantially deserve a tiny critique for pulling him as good distant in to a insurgent image, as good as a cruel strategy of communist agitators during a 1930s is not a myth.”
“She moved to Buenos Aires in 1930s and had some success as a performer.”
“It's a little like how black Americans must have lived in 1930s Mississippi.”
“Serial killer in 1930s Munich, author of The Murder Farm.”
“Gloria Stuart, 100, a glamorous blond actress who starred in 1930s horror films and musicals before reviving a long-dormant career in 1997 with her Oscar-nominated performance as the older version of Kate Winslet's character, Rose, in the box-office smash "Titanic," died Sept. 26 at her home in West Los Angeles.”
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