The Federal Securities Act and the Securities Exchange Commission aimed to
provide full disclosure of information and prevent insider trading and other fraudulent practices.
All of the following contributed to the Dust Bowl of the 1930s except
farmers' failure to use steam tractors and other modern equipment.
Native Americans responded to the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934
a. with some thrilled by its efforts to stop the loss of Indian lands.
b. with many Indians rejecting its provisions to organize tribes and tribal governments.
c. by denouncing it as a "back to the blanket" measure.
d. All of these
d. ALL OF THESE
In 1932, Franklin Roosevelt campaigned on the promise that as president he would attack the Great Depression by
experimenting with bold new programs for economic and social reform
Most Dust Bowl migrants headed to
The phrase Hundred Days refers to the
flood of legislation passed by Congress in the first months of Roosevelt's presidency.
President Roosevelt's chief "administrator of relief" and one of his closest advisors was
The early New Deal experiments borrowed rather freely and randomly from
U.S. wartime and pre-war agencies and European social reform models.
Franklin Roosevelt's ____ contributed the most to his development of compassion and strength of will.
affliction with infantile paralysis
Roosevelt supported the repeal of prohibition because
he thought that it afforded the opportunity to raise needed federal revenue and provide jobs.
The most complex and ambitious New Deal effort to achieve recovery and reform the entire American economy was the
National Recovery Administration.
The single most popular New Deal program was probably the
Civilian Conservation Corps.
The Democratic party platform on which Franklin Roosevelt campaigned for the presidency in 1932 called for
extensive social reforms and a blanced budge
Franklin Roosevelt took America off the gold standard and adopted a managed currency policy designed to
The group that had experienced the worst suffering as a result of the Great Depression was
Both ratified in the 1930s, the Twentieth Amendment ____ and the Twenty-first Amendment
shortened the time between presidential election and inauguration; ended prohibition
he Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) proposed to solve the farm problem by
reducing agricultural production.
While Franklin Roosevelt waited to assume the presidency in early 1933, Herbert Hoover tried to get the president-elect to commit to
an anti-inflationary policy that would have made much of the New Deal impossible.
The Works Progress Administration was a major ____ program of the New Deal; the Public Works Administration was a long-range ____ program; and the Social Security Act was a major ____ program
relief; recovery; reform
The Glass-Steagall Act
created the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to insure individual bank deposits
Franklin Roosevelt new deal was mostly notable for
providing modern social reform without revolution or fascism
after franklin roosevelts failed attempt to pack the supreme court
the court began to rule the new deal programs were constitutional
as a result of the 1937 roosevelt reccesion
FDR adopted Keynesian economics
the wagner act of 1935 proved to be a trailblazing law that
gave labor the right to bargain collectively
the social security act of 1935 provided everything except
health care of the poor
the federally owned tennese valley authority was seen as a particular threat to
the private electrical utility industry
the fate of most okies and other dust bowl immigrants who headed to west california was that they
still struggled for food, shelter and work in the san joaquin valley
in 1935 president roosevelt set up the resstlement administartion to
help farmers who were victims of the dust bowl move to a better land
by 1938 the new deal
had lost most of its momentum
during the 1930's
the national debt doubled
FDR's court packing scheme in 1937 reflected his desire to make supreme court
more sympathetic to new deal programs
the primary interest of the congress of industrial organizations was
the organization of all worker within a industry
the national labors relation act proved most beneficial to