Shortly before the stock market crashed
Shortly after the stock market crashed
On the day the stock market crashed
A year after the stock market crashed
When the stock market crashed, all the McDonalds restaurants closed.
When the stock market crashed, the government forced the American people to work in soup kitchens.
When the stock market crashed, millions of Americans went on strike and quit working.
When the stock market crashed and millions of Americans lost all of their money and their jobs, they didn’t have enough money to buy food to feed their families.
Churches and charities
McDonalds and Burger King
The White House
Campbell’s Soup Company
Only government workers
Anyone (people who were poor, unemployed, homeless and/or hungry)
Americans who had a soup kitchen “free-food” card to show.
The people who volunteered to work in the soup kitchens.
They polled the people and the majority of them voted for soup as being their favorite food.
They wanted to serve something hot because it was cold outside.
Soup was cheap and could be watered down to serve large amounts of people.
Bowls were cheaper to buy than plates, so they wanted to cook something that could be served in a bowl.
In the train stations
In closed down restaurants
In the streets, in churches, in cafeterias and service centers
In the Campbell’s Soup warehouse