Herbert Hoover: The Cause Of The Great Depression

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Known as a Great Humanitarian and the great Engineer Herbert Hoover was blamed almost entirely for the Great Depression. Herbert accomplished much in life, but it was not an easy journey; his learning years went through the ups and downs that surfaced the path leading to his presidency, and he faced so many fears. The past nine years he lived in a small town. His father Jessie Clark Hoover, a Quaker, experienced a heart attack and died when Herbert was only six years old. No later than three years, his mother also died from pneumonia and also passed away. Herbert and his brother and sister Theodore and Mary has been passed around relatives for a few years but ending up with their uncle, Dr. John Minthorn, who lived in Oregon. Herbert was