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Radio Depression


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  1. The RCA Model 46 was a prime example of where radio was prior to the market crash of and the great depression that followed. This radio was grand, it was a reflection of the times.
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  3. As the New Deal’s rural electrification program wired up remote communities and farmsteads, the number of households with a radio also grew. While the privations of the Great Depression forced some poor households to do without radio, others bought radio sets because, with one purchase, they brought home a constant, free stream of entertainment.
  4. For the radio, the s was a golden age. At the start of the decade 12 million American households owned a radio, and by this total had exploded to more than 28 million.
  5. Scientists still aren’t sure why women are diagnosed with depression at nearly twice the rate of men: probably some mix of hormones, life experiences, and biology, is the going theory.. Then, this month, researchers at Michigan State University announced they’ve identified a mechanism in the brain that makes female mice get depressed when they’re stressed out, but not male mice.
  6. 8tracks radio. Online, everywhere. - stream 4,+ depression playlists including depressed, sad, and Anxiety music from your desktop or mobile device.
  7. Golden Age of American radio, period lasting roughly from through the s, when the medium of commercial broadcast radio grew into the fabric of daily life in the United States, providing news and entertainment to a country struggling with economic depression and war.
  8. 10 hours ago · TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Tropical Depression Eleven is still moving west at 14 mph across the central Atlantic. The overall organization of the storm is improving and it is forecast to become Tropical Storm Josephine later Wednesday. The tropical depression is still battling some drier air and wind.

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