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A protracted winter is imminent for housing: Lessons from the Great Depression Part 36. From 1917 to 1945 home prices lagged the overall inflation trend. With one decade in the book, can Americans stomach a stagnant real estate market for another 20 years?


How will mood be impacted for the next decade because of the real estate bubble bursting? Lessons from the Great Depression Part 35. The changing psychology on American housing.


When the economy becomes a financial circus based on debt fueled acrobatics: Lessons from the Great Depression Part 34. Tracking housing values from 1940 to 2011.


The Bread and Circus economy: Lessons from the Great Depression Part 33. The McDonald’s and paper-mill education economy funded by a too big to fail bank.


Eclipsing a terrible milestone as home prices fall harder than the 1928 through 1933 Great Depression Collapse: Lessons from the Great Depression Part 32. Housing prices continue to fall as other costs eat up disposable income.


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