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    I am hoping to do the Edexcel EPQ in the coming year and I am currently trying to come up with a topic to research over the summer.

    I am very interested in American History and Economics and so would like to do my EPQ based on a combination of the two and was looking into either the boom in the 1920s or the Great Depression in the 30s. But the problem is I can't seem to come up with a particular question (we have been told to not make them broad, to really narrow them down).
    I have also been told by my mentor to choose a topic with lots of primary sources to research, as secondary resources are not as useful in this sort of essay.

    Anyone have any ideas or pointers? Thank you!
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    The effect those event had on certain things, e.g. people, businesses, and so on. Or their recovery, you can assess that, what contributed most to it, was it enough. All I have for now
 
 
 
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