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The most striking characteristic of the stock market in 1929 was _______.
By 1932, what percentage of American workers were unemployed?
The social and economic effects of the Depression _______.
Hoover believed that unemployment relief _______.
Hoover's response to the Great Depression could best be described as _______.
Roosevelt's Hundred Days banking legislation aimed to _______.
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) was designed to _______.
The National Recovery Administration sought to promote economic recovery by _______.
Which New Deal program did the Supreme Court declare unconstitutional?
Which of the following was a New Deal program that worked to bring about farm recovery?
Franklin D. Roosevelt and his advisers believed that _______ production would raise prices for farmers.
Young men were hired to clear land, plant trees, and build bridges and fish ponds by the _______.
By 1935, Roosevelt's severest critics were those _______.
Francis Townsend advocated that the federal government pay $200 each month to _______.
Which of the following was advocated by Father Charles Coughlin?
The National Labor Relations (Wagner) Act _______.
The industrial union movement of the 1930s _______.
The individual most responsible for promoting African-American rights during the New Deal was _______.
Local authorities rounded up ________ to deport them and reduce the welfare rolls.
Despite the New Deal, ________ remained the country's most impoverished citizens.
Roosevelt's "court packing" proposal was _______.
Why did farmers during the Great Depression resort to such extreme measures as dumping fresh milk into the streets?
How did the consumer-goods revolution contribute to the great crash of 1929?
How did Americans respond to the bull market climate on the eve of the great crash in 1929?
How did the Great Depression affect Americans psychologically?
What effect did the Great Depression have on immigration to the United States?
How did Roosevelt go about winning the Democratic nomination in 1932?
Which of FDR's actions ended the immediate financial crisis of the 1930s?
How did agencies created during the Hundred Days affect the Great Depression?
What ultimately caused the National Recovery Administration to fail?
How did the farm recovery program work to fix the agricultural industry?
Why was the New Deal criticized during the early years of the Great Depression?
How did Huey Long's "Share the Wealth" movement reflect on the federal government's efforts to address the Great Depression?
What was the primary motivation for the passage of the Social Security Act?
How did the New Deal affect American industrial workers?
How were women and African Americans in the automobile and steel industries affected by the organization of labor in the 1930s?
Most African Americans shifted political affiliation from the Republican Party to the Democratic Party in response to _______.
What was one major impact of the New Deal on party politics?
What is one reason why the election of 1936 was noteworthy?
Why did FDR attempt to "pack" the Supreme Court?
How did the creation of reform programs during the New Deal eventually lead to its demise?
How did FDR's attitude toward budget deficits impact the success of the New Deal?
How might FDR's personal background have prepared him to meet the challenges of the Great Depression?
Which of these explains the failure of the National Recovery Administration?
Which of the following was NOT a way that the Great Depression benefited the Democrats?
Working women in the 1930s faced all of the following EXCEPT _______.
In his second term, Roosevelt was stung by all of the following EXCEPT _______.
Which of the following adjectives best describes economic recovery in the wake of the New Deal?