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The Great Depression brought hard times to many people. The July 18 1933 edition of the Toronto Globe provided one example.

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According to an inflation calculator that I found online, one dollar in 1933 was equivalent to $18.32 in 2018. So pensioners were expected to get by on the 1933 equivalent of today’s $274.80 per month.

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