In the 1930s, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People
claimed community togetherness was the best way to combat hard times.
argued the best way to end the Depression was to have working-class men and women run for office.
asserted that a strong faith in Christianity would best help one through hard times.
gave financial advice and offered tips for when going to a job interview.
taught that individual initiative could help people to restore themselves financially.