World War I, The Great Depression, The New Deal, And Important Political Figures Of The Early 20th Century In GA: Question Preview (ID: 23530)


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Rural Electrification Act was what?
a) provided retirement fund for elderly, and funds for disabled and unemployed b) Helped raise the price of cotton in GA by paying farmers to grow less of it c) Took power away from privately owned electric companies, provided loans to provide more electrivity, build power plants d) Put young men to work planting trees, building roads and dams, and working in state parks
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was what?
a) Helped raise the price of cotton in GA by paying farmers to grow less of it b) Took power away from privately owned electric companies, provided loans to provide more electrivity, build power plants c) provided retirement fund for elderly, and funds for disabled and unemployed d) Put young men to work planting trees, building roads and dams, and working in state parks
Social Security Act (SSA) was what?
a) Took power away from privately owned electric companies, provided loans to provide more electrivity, build power plants b) Helped raise the price of cotton in GA by paying farmers to grow less of it c) provided retirement fund for elderly, and funds for disabled and unemployed d) Put young men to work planting trees, building roads and dams, and working in state parks
Agricultural Adjustment Act was what?
a) Put young men to work planting trees, building roads and dams, and working in state parks b) Took power away from privately owned electric companies, provided loans to provide more electrivity, build power plants c) Helped raise the price of cotton in GA by paying farmers to grow less of it d) provided retirement fund for elderly, and funds for disabled and unemployed
Eugene Talmadge died and caused the 3 governors controversy. What was it?
a) 3 people fought to be governor, each having their own beliefs that they were the rightful one b) 3 people were sad teh governor died, so they wanted to wait for a special election to have a new governor c) The general assembly couldn't decide which one of the 3 should be governor, so they made them all governor d) Arnall, Thompson, and Herman Talmadge all fought saying the other candidates should be governor, and not themselves
Which person and historical period are properly matched?
a) James Oglethorpe- Civil War b) John Musgrove- New South c) Franklin Roosevelt- New Deal d) Jimmy Carrter- Revolutionary War
Which of the following would FDR and Eugene Talmadge have most agreed on?
a) Farmers needed relief during the Great Depression b) GA needed New Deal programs to help it economically c) Social Security d) The federal government's intervention during an economic crises
Which of the was NOT a result of the stock market crash in 1929?
a) businesses increased production b) people were forced to sell their homes c) banks ran out of money d) savings accounts were emptied
Which of the following was NOT a reason for the decline of cotton production in the 1920's
a) too much rain b) drought c) boll weevil d) prices of cotton dropped after reaching all-time high during WWI
How did the New Deal programs have a lasting effect on GA's economy?
a) The government became more involved in the economy, gave us roads, public buildings, and other facilities b) GA citizens were provided with federal income tax relief c) the federal government provided money to attract new industries d) the federal minimum wage was repealed
The Cocking Affair damaged the colleges and universities of GA. Talmadge's actions caused what?
a) The loss of accredidation by SACS b) The federal government to stop giving UGA money c) blacks able to attend college in GA d) Proffessors to take a pay cut
What was NOT a cause of WWI?
a) populism b) nationalism c) alliances d) militarism
Why did many rural Georgian's not realize there was a Great Depression going on during the late 1920's and early 1930's
a) most citizens had been struggling economically for years b) many farmers were self-reliant and did not use cash c) The Great Depression had little impact on Georgia's factories d) agriculture continued to prosper throughout the depression
During WWI, GA's contributions to the war effort did NOT include
a) Producing B-29 bomber planes b) Agricultural products to feed and clothe soldiers c) military bases for training soldiers d) military bases for the housing of POWs
President Roosevvelt spent time at his Little White House in GA. While he was there, how did it affect him?
a) Influenced the programs he created as part of the New Deal to help the nation recover from the Great Depression b) Helped CURE him of polio c) was spent with military advisors so that war plans could be made in secret d) was family vacation time
Before becoming governor, Eugene Talmadge served three terms as what?
a) Georgia's commisioner of agriculture b) GA Representative c) A member of the Board of Regents d) A U.S. Senator
The New Deal was a series of what?
a) Economic recovery programs designed to pull the nation out of the Great Depression b) Laws designed to prevent government interference in business activity c) programs designed to help European nations fight Hitler d) Programs to help business better deal with customers
Which of the following was a result of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand?
a) World War I began b) World War II began c) His government collapsed d) His wife took his place in the government
The boll weevil destroyed which crop?
a) cotton b) pecan c) corn d) potato
Which of the following was NOT a cause of the Great Depression?
a) Government regulations of the economy b) questionable banking practices c) stock speculation d) too many people buying on credit
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