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We may not be living through the same circumstances as the generation who survived the great depression but that does not mean that times aren't tough.  For those who were already in a shaky circumstance before the recession hit, these precarious times have meant disaster in many cases.  Basic subsistence needs like food, shelter, clothing are something many are desperate to obtain.
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