The Crash Of 1929: “Somewhere, Deep Down, They Knew The Party Was Over” | Zero Hedge

“…people believed that everything was going to be great always, always…It was this nature of mass illusion. Prices were going up, people bought… I would say that practically all the financial journals were on the take… They knew the game was rigged, but maybe next time, they could beat the system…Everything was not fine that spring with the American economy.”

Source: The Crash Of 1929: “Somewhere, Deep Down, They Knew The Party Was Over” | Zero Hedge

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