In America: a political decade dominated by economic and agricultural hardship, characterized in part by FDR's New Deal, the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial (1935), Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde, Lucky Luciano, the Chrysler building (1930), World Fair Chicago (1933), World Fair NY (1939), the Hoover Dam (dedicated by FDR 1935), Faulkner, and ATT as Ma Bell. Summed up by W.H. Auden as a "low, dishonest decade."

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