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Historian Says 1933 Bank Crisis Similar to Current Slump

Bloomington-based author and historian Robert Fuller has spent the last three years researching not what caused the current banking crisis, but what caused a similar meltdown in 1933.  WFIU’s Stan Jastrzebski caught up with Fuller and found out that, while there are parallels between the two economic slowdowns, common tales about the Great Depression and the crisis may not be completely true.

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