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UNC-TV Joins AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: The 1930s
To Explore Politics, Culture & America’s Response to an Economic Depression
American Experience returns to The 1930s through programs probing that tumultuous decade’s unprecedented economic crisis, high unemployment and environmental catastrophe. The 1930s explores themes that seem straight from today's headlines as history hits home with pertinent parallels into private investing, government oversight, balances between environmental conservation and economic expansion and hopes hinged on heroes. The series examines:
Click here to visit the official American Experience The 1930s website.
In a special partnership, UNC-TV and the North Carolina Museum of History presented the enlightening exhibit “In Search of a New Deal; Images of North Carolina 1935-1941.” Additionally, viewers could see local perspectives on the ‘30s from UNC-TV's flagship public affairs series, North Carolina Now, including the following: