Monday, November 16, 2009

The Geography of a Depression

Click the link to view the full interactive piece.

http://cohort11.americanobserver.net/latoyaegwuekwe/multimediafinal.html

8 comments:

  1. notice that the area around DC did not get blacked out like the rest of the eastern half of the country...

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  2. Yup, but the people there who still have jobs aren't going to fire themselves. We'll have to do that in the next elections, but then they still will have low unemployment, just with a new set of faces.

    I understand that the US Govt is the largest/fastest growing employer. But how long can they really keep that up?

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  3. as long as the Fed keeps printing money to pay them with...

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  4. and as long as they corrupt the umemployment numbers...like its a blip on the screen!

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  5. thats not all thats corrupted; if retail sales are a supposed to be up, why are sales tax collections down over 10% nationwide; see If this is a recovery...

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  6. and since Manufacturing an Production numbers are up NO NEED TO HIRE

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