The Search for Solutions-Mini EssayÃÂSocial credit political party would give every citizen $25 per month to but the basic necessities of food, clothing and shelter. Once people had money and begin to buy businesses would begin to produce goods and hire workers. By giving $25 dividend, they would put money into circulation.ÃÂ (Etobicoke Board of Education) William Aberhart had the best solution to the Depression.
People needed money to spend and buy food and clothing. ÃÂ William Aberhart would give every citizen $25 per month to buy the basic necessities of food, clothing and shelter.ÃÂ (Etobicoke Board of Education). Parents would have money to buy healthy food for their children. During the Depression a lot of people became sick because they ate garbage and didnÃÂt have places to live. $25 payout would stop this horrible way of life.
ÃÂSocial CreditÃÂs solution to the Depression was very simple but it would work, because once people have money and begin to buy, businesses will begin to produce goods, hire workers and there would be an increase demand for goods and more people will have jobs.
But businessmen would not produce too many goods and raise their prices too high, because this caused the depression.ÃÂ (Etobicoke Board of Education) ÃÂPrices must be controlled so that both producers and consumers would pay a fair price, and so inflation would stop.ÃÂ (Menwill, Paul)In the Etobicoke Board of Education pamphlet, AberhartÃÂs idea to inject the Canadian economy with blood relates to the importance of circulating money around (2). By giving a $25 dividend, Social Credit Party would put more money in circulation. This would cause increasing prosperity which would, in turn, create more jobs and solve the unemployment problem.ÃÂ (Menwill, Paul)William Aberhart had the best solution to the Depression. By giving $25 per...