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1.All of the following statements are true about Herbert Hoover’s responses to the Great Depression EXCEPT: B.:-) He saw the Depression as akin to an act of nature, about which nothing could be done except to ride it out. 2.Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal program attempted or achieved all of the following EXCEPT C.:-) supported the creation of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 3.The “New Immigration” was made up primarily of D.:-) persons from Southern and Eastern Europe. 4.By “normalcy” President Warren G. Harding meant not only peace after the recent war but also C.:-) an end to idealistic crusades and efforts at large-scale reform 5.Which of the following words best describes the spirit of American…show more content…
A.:-) Herbert Hoover 38.The “court-packing” scheme proposed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 5, 1937 I. was triggered by Supreme Court decisions that undid much of the first New Deal II. was withdrawn when a majority of the Supreme Court justices retired III. became unnecessary when the Supreme Court began reversing previous decisions and upholding New Deal legislation IV. was replaced by a Judiciary bill that denied the president the power to enlarge the federal courts but conceded badly needed procedural reforms C.:-) I, III, and IV only 39.“There is no right to strike against the public safety, anywhere, any time,” was said by C.:-) Calvin Coolidge on calling out the Massachusetts National Guard during the Boston police strike 40.The Republican administrations of the 1920s would best be described as B.:-) supporting isolationism and laissez-faire business policies domestically 41.The Palmer Raids of the 1920s were a response to C. ? fears of communism follwoing after the Russian Revolution 42.The use of installment plans during the 1920s was significant to the economy because it D.:-) served as a catalyst for a new consumer-based economy 43.The Supreme Court decision of Schenck v. United States established the precedent for the idea that B.:-) speech that presents a
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