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Why did President Franklin D. Roosevelt pay southern farmers to plant less cotton during the early 1930s?
a) He wanted to increase importing of cotton from Mexico.
b) He wanted to convince farmers to grow soy beans instead.
c) He wanted to move cotton production to the Western states.
d) He wanted to restrict the supply in order to raise its price.

While he was a very forward-thinking politician for the 1940s, Ellis Arnall was a rather unpopular, mainly for his belief that
a) the voting age should be lowered.
b) evolution should be taught in schools.
c) the U.S. should withdraw from World War II.
d) political primaries should be open to all races.

In addition to the boll weevil, what other natural disaster greatly affected cotton farmers in the 1920s?
a) a major drought
b) a locust plague
c) flooding of fields
d) severe cold weather

Which statement about the Holocaust is TRUE?
a) Children were not allowed in the concentration camps.
b) The Nazis avoided killing women and the elderly.
c) Jews were the main targets of the Nazis.
d) Most Germans tried to help the victims.

The County Unit System gave the 8 most populous counties 6 unit votes (48 CUV), the next 30 most populous counties 4 votes each (120 CUV) and the remaining 121 counties had two votes each (242 CUV). Why did rural counties have an unfair advantage?
a) A candidate needed only to win the urban counties in order to win the election.
b) A candidate need only to win the middle group of counties in order to win the election.
c) The counties with two units had a majority of the votes, despite only making up one-third of the population.
d) The County Unit system did not give an unfair advantage to rural counties, urban counties benefitted from this system.

In the Spring of 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed into law a bill which allowed him to sell, loan, or give war material to countries for their defense against Axis forces. This bill was known as the;
a) Cash and Carry Act
b) Lend-Lease Act
c) European Recovery Program
d) Destroyers for Bases Agreement

All of these are describing which New Deal program? · Signed into law by President Roosevelt in 1935 · Created to support retirees over the age of 65 · Also created unemployment insurance and welfare programs · Funded by paying payroll taxes.
a) Medicare
b) Social Security Act
c) National Recovery Act
d) Fair Labor Standards Act

Farmers in the 1920s American south would have been MOST affected by;
a) WWI
c) the boll weevil
d) immigration restrictions

Which is the BEST description of the impact of Georgia's changing economy on the state's growth in the years following World War II?
a) Thousands of Georgians moved to southern counties in search of agricultural jobs.
b) Approximately 60% of Georgia's population lived in urban areas and 40% lived in rural areas.
c) Approximately 40% of Georgia's population lived in urban areas and 60% lived in rural areas.
d) Because of our agricultural economy, the population of Macon, Georgia was greater than that of Atlanta.

During World War II, many Georgians moved away from farms to work in wartime industries. This led to the growth of Georgia's;
a) urban areas
b) rural areas
c) labor unions
d) two-party system

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