A June 29 Vox article quoted a Democratic party notable saying:
“Trump’s failed trade war wreaked havoc on industries across the country. Farm bankruptcies are at highs not seen since the Great Depression, consumers paid higher prices, and manufacturing went into a recession,” Adrienne Watson, the DNC’s “War Room” director, told me. “America can’t afford four more years of Trump losing to China.”
Leaving aside that causality may be a little difficult to establish here, given Covid-19, is it true that in the US "farm bankruptcies are at highs not seen since the Great Depression"?