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Which New Deal program was set up to raise prices for farm goods and provide relief for farmers.
a) Indian Reorganization Act (IRA) b) The Works Progress Administration (WPA) c) Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) d) Rural Electrification Administration (REA)
Which New Deal program was set up to encourage farmers to join cooperatives that would help bring electricity to farms?
a) Rural Electrification Administration (REA) b) Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) c) Indian Reorganization Act (IRA) d) The Works Progress Administration (WPA)
How did the New Deal help Americans?
a) The government sent people to different states to look for jobs b) The government passed new amendments to stop the crisis c) the government passed 15 bills to deal with the crisis and provide jobs for people d) The New Deal didn't help Americans
Why did President Roosevelt come up with the New Deal?
a) Roosevelt didn't come up with the New Deal b) To stop the Americans from entering into World War I c) To prevent Native Americans and African Americans from getting jobs d) To fight panic among Americans and restore confidence in the economic system
In what year did the stock market crash?
a) 1776 b) 1929 c) 1865 d) 1945
Which of the following is a famous jazz musician from Minnesota?
a) Beyonce b) Carl Warmington c) George Washington d) Theodore Roosevelt
Which New Deal program ended the policy of allotment and enabled tribes to create independent tribal governments?
a) The Works Progress Administration (WPA) b) Rural Electrification Administration (REA) c) The Indian Reorganization Act (IRA) d) Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
aid in the form of money or necessities for people experiencing financial hardship
a) welfare b) stock c) stock market d) Prohibition
the federal programs developed during Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency to improve the economy and provide public relief
a) stock b) Great Depression c) New Deal d) foreclosure
who borrowed $6,000 and started buying up small companies that sold gas, electricity, and then sold stock
a) John D. Rockefeller b) John Quincy Adams c) Wilbur Foshay d) Herbert Hoover
a legal process in which a money lender, such as a bank, takes ownership of a property because the borrower fails to make payments for the property to the lender
a) stock b) welfare c) Prohibition d) foreclosure
the period from 1920 to 1933, when the manufacture, transport, and sale of alcohol was illegal
a) welfare b) Prohibition c) stock market d) foreclosure
a share of ownership in a company that can be bought and sold
a) stock b) New Deal c) foreclosure d) stock market
a place where stocks are bought and sold
a) stock b) welfare c) stock market d) Great Depression
the 1930s economic crisis that began with the stock market crash of 1929 and left many people jobless and homeless
a) New Deal b) foreclosure c) Prohibition d) Great Depression
Which New Deal program provided money to put people to work doing public projects such as repairing schools, imporving roads and building ball fields??
a) The Works Progress Administration (WPA) b) The Indian Reorganization Act (IRA) c) Rural Electrification Administration (REA) d) Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
Which New Deal program planted trees, fought forest fires, and built roads?
a) Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) b) Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) c) Rural Electrification Administration (REA) d) The Works Progress Administration (WPA)
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