By Business Insider staffWeeks ago, I published an article about the US economy, and I was shocked at how bad the economy was.
There was no way the US could have survived the Great Depression.
It was like we had been taken over by an alien race and had to work on the colony.
And now we are in another Great Depression and I’m not sure how long it will take to get out of this one.
But I did get to talk to some of the people who were affected by the Great Crash and what the consequences are.
Here’s what we learned from the people we spoke to:When it comes to the financial crisis, most people didn’t understand the magnitude of the problems and the severity of the crisis.
Some people believed that the problem could be solved with better regulation and regulation alone.
Others thought that it was a systemic problem and that there was just too much bad lending and too much credit.
And some thought the government should step in and rescue us.
Most people don’t understand that the economy has been on a downward spiral for quite some time, and the economy is far from being back on track.
The Federal Reserve and Congress haven’t stepped in to rescue the economy, as far as I know.
Instead, the Federal Reserve has taken steps to prop up the market, which has made it harder for the economy to recover.
The US has had a very bad year, and we are currently in a second Great Depression that we have not been able to get to.
The United States economy has actually shrunk in the last two years.
That is a big problem for the country and a huge problem for Wall Street and Main Street.
There is no way to know if the economy will be able to recover from the Great Collapse.
There is no guarantee that it will be back on its feet in the future.
But there is a good chance that the financial system will be weaker than it was before the Great Crisis.
The problem is that many people are not taking this seriously, and they are doing it in a way that is completely counterproductive.
The financial crisis of 2008 was caused by a large credit bubble in the United States.
People bought too much junk mortgages.
The mortgage market was flooded with bad mortgages that were not properly written.
So the banks and mortgage lenders took advantage of that and inflated the price of their mortgages.
When people buy junk mortgages, they don’t pay for the real estate or the mortgage itself.
They just buy the high-quality mortgage on which the junk mortgage was based.
When they go to their lender and they say, I am getting a high-priced junk mortgage, they just make a big mistake.
When the mortgage bubble popped, the price crashed.
When the market crashed, the housing market collapsed.
People were trapped in their homes.
When people couldn’t get mortgages, and couldn’t borrow money, and when the banks couldn’t lend money, they took it out of the economy.
That’s what happened.
The housing market is in a depression right now, and that’s the problem.
People are not lending money to people who need it.
When you look at the number of homes in foreclosure in the US, it’s growing.
The economy is in its worst depression in decades.
People can’t afford to pay the mortgage on their homes anymore.
The unemployment rate is much higher than it has been in the past.
The Fed is printing money to help pay for government spending.
People have no money to spend and no money left to spend.
The Great Recession was caused in large part by too much money in the economy that was not being used as it should have been.
People put money into risky investments, and in doing so, they were putting their money into riskier assets.
When that risk is high, you end up with more of that risky asset in the market.
So you end on a path where the market is over-leveraged and the risk is going to be much higher, so the market will eventually crash.
If the markets crash, that will be a great economic disaster for everyone.
But it won’t be a huge catastrophe for the rich and powerful.
The economic collapse of 2008 helped to set the stage for the Great Financial Crisis.
That disaster has cost the US taxpayers more than a trillion dollars, and it has caused huge economic losses and job losses for tens of millions of Americans.
The recovery from the crisis has been uneven.
Many people are still struggling to get back on their feet.
The economy has still not recovered fully from the recession.
And the recovery from that recession has been a slow one.
The recovery has been more of a slow-motion train wreck than it needs to be.
But there is no question that the recovery has started to accelerate.
The government has made some big changes, including reinstating a lot of the jobs that people lost.
But the job losses have been far larger than they should have have been because of the financial bubble and because of a massive credit bubble. It