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The Supreme Court declared Dr. Nixon's rights had been violated under the
a) primary election law. b) Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments. c) state constitution of Texas. d) Eighteenth and Nineteenth Amendments.
Organized groups that borrow money from the government to pay for installing electrical services are
a) unions. b) cooperatives. c) agencies. d) improvement leagues.
The alphabet agencies were created by the
a) New Deal b) National Youth Administration c) School Improvement League d) Works Progress Administration
All are accurate descriptions of Texas during the Great Depression EXCEPT
a) farmers' income fell. b) many people could not afford to pay for food. c) many people lost their jobs. d) the rate of immigration from Mexico rose.
Ross Sterling and James V. Allred were
a) leaders of New Deal Agencies b) governors of Texas c) leaders of European nations d) railroad comminssioners
leader of the pecan shellers' strike
a) Huey Long b) Lyndon Johnson c) Columbus 'Dad' Joiner d) Emma Tenayuca Brooks
Louisiana governor who proposed 'drop-a-crop'
a) Huey Long b) Lyndon Johnson c) Columbus 'Dad' Joiner d) Emma Tenayuca Brooks
East Texas wildcatter
a) Huey Long b) Lyndon Johnson c) Columbus 'Dad' Joiner d) Emma Tenayuca Brooks
head of the NYA in Texas
a) Huey Long b) Lyndon Johnson c) Herbert Hoover d) Emma Tenayuca Brooks
U.S. President in 1929
a) Huey Long b) Lyndon Johnson c) Herbert Hoover d) Columbus 'Dad' Joiner
LULAC supported
a) Coal miners' pensions rights. b) union interests. c) Mexican Americans' rights d) African Americans' rights.
During the 1920s and '30s, cotton prices were driven down by
a) the 'drop-a-crop' program. b) overproduction. c) severe drought. d) bank failures
The main celebration of the Texas Centennial was held at
a) Fair Park in Dallas b) the University of Texas c) San Jacinto Monument in Houston d) the Alamo grounds in San Antonio
One controversy under the governorship of Miriam Ferguson was the
a) firing of Texas Rangers. b) mistreatment of prisoners. c) issuing of bread bonds. d) use of capital punishment.
Texas Congressman Sam Rayburn was involved in all of these EXCEPT
a) creation of the Rural Electrification Act. b) creation of the Securities and Exchange Commission. c) creation of the Federal Communications Commision. d) chairing the Appropriations Committee.
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