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From the August 1933 issue of The Christian Science Journal

HUMANITY is today deeply perplexed through the sudden and unexpected disappearance of what was called prosperity. There is hardly a man or a woman in the civilized world who is not feeling the effects of the much advertised depression, in reduction of income, in lessened or dislocated business, in unremunerative prices, or in unemployment; and nations feel it as much as individuals.