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1. All of the following
were causes of the Great Depression except
2. The “Bonus Army”
marched on Washington, D.C., to pressure Congress to
3. How did Herbert
Hoover believe that the economy could be revived?
4. Why did topsoil
turn to a fine layer of infertile dust in the Dust Bowl region of
the United States?
5. Franklin Delano
Roosevelt won a landslide victory in 1932 because
6. The Ku Klux Klan
of the 1920s
was not different from the Klan of the nineteenth
century in that
7. What prompted
the 1919–1920 Red
Scare in the United States?
8. The Eighteenth
9. In which U.S.
election were women first allowed to vote?
10. The Emergency
Quota Act severely reduced immigration from
11. What did the
Immigration Act of 1924 do?
12. The Scopes Monkey
Trial illustrated the heated debate between
13. What caused the
so-called Roosevelt Recession of 1937?
14. What did the 1939 Hatch
15. The Five-Power
Naval Treaty of 1922 reflected
16. The Dawes Plan
17. Henry Ford changed
industrial America by perfecting a method of
18. Why did more
and more Americans move out of the cities and into the suburbs in
19. Warren G. Harding’s
administration and personal reputation were tainted by
20. The Twenty-First
21. What did the
Fordney-McCumber Tariff do?
22. The tax on foreign
goods under the Smoot-Hawley Tariff of 1930
23. Attacks from
critics such as Huey P. Long and Father Charles Coughlin were partly
24. To which act
was the Wagner Act most similar?
25. One unintended
consequence of Prohibition was
26. What did Hoover’s
Reconstruction Finance Corporation do?
27. The Indian Reorganization
Act of 1934 replaced
28. The election
29. What did the
Fair Labor Standards Act do?
30. The Soil Conservation
and Domestic Allotment Act subsidized farmers to
31. Economist John
Maynard Keynes believed that depressed economies could be jump-started
32. Most New Deal
legislation in the First Hundred Days was passed to
33. Hoover’s attempts
to end the depression differed from Roosevelt’s methods in that
34. How did the New
Deal assist farmers?
35. All of the following
were consequences of the Tennessee Valley Authority except
36. Congress passed
or created all of the following in 1933 as part
of the First New Deal except
37. The CCC, the
PWA, the CWA, and the WPA all were similar in that they all were
38. Roosevelt reformed
the banking and financial sectors of the economy in all of the following
39. Why did many
Americans criticize the Agricultural Adjustment Administration?
40. Buying stocks
“on margin” refers to the practice of
41. What did the
Glass-Steagall Act do?
42. The Sacco-Vanzetti
43. All of the following
contributed to the demise of the New Deal except
44. What did Roosevelt’s
“fireside chats” do?
45. All of the following
were components of the Second New Deal except
46. The so-called
Lost Generation authors of the 1920s
47. Americans’ antiwar
sentiments in the 1920s
were reflected in
48. What was an effect
of the Roosevelt Recession?
49. In the Four-Power
Treaty of 1922,
France, Britain, and the United States agreed
50. Franklin Delano
Roosevelt was related to previous president
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