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HOW DID FRANCE HANDLE THE GREAT DEPRESSION?
Transcript of HOW DID FRANCE HANDLE THE GREAT DEPRESSION?
Did they start any new programs ?
After the war France did not really start any brand new programs but they did begin to rebuild the areas of France that had been destroyed in the War.
Later after the aftermath of the war took place and the Depression began to hit France ( France had a more balanced economy so it effected the French later in the depression.) Many radical groups formed in France. I would consider this to be a new founded "program" in the French Economy.
Did they choose different leadership?
France did not choose originally to change there government, it was not until later after Raymond Poincaré ( the French President at the time) was abdicated. He felt the need to step down because of the growing tension in France and he knew the government was soon to fall.
Did they move from capitalism to another economic system?
No, France did not switch from Capitalism, unlike MANY European countries at the time. France is one of the only countries not to switch between Economic Systems multiple times ( the only Economic Change was between Monarchy and Democracy.)