Recession 
A recession is defined as a period of two or more successive quarters of decreasing 
production. Production is measured by a number of variables. Real Gross Domestic 
Product is one important measure. We will focus mainly on it. 

The Great Depression was a period of about 10 years, 1929-1940, dominated by two 
recessions. The first of those recessions was of unparalleled depth, and that was what 
caused people to refer to it as a depression and as "The Great Depression." There is 
no general definition of a depression, however, and until recently the decline of 
1929-1940 was the only decline refered to as a "depression."  More... 
http://william-king.www.drexel.edu/top/prin/txt/probs/reces1.html

Your friend and brother,
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