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What was the main purpose of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC)? A. to lend money to banks, railroads and other corporations to encourage an economic recovery B. to reduce the amount
of loans that banks were lending C. to get benefits to the poor immediately D. to get rid of the 'millionaires' dole'
The main purpose of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation was A. to lend money to banks, railroads and other corporations to encourage an economic recovery.
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User: What was the main purpose of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC)? A. to lend money to banks, railroads and other corporations to encourage an economic recovery B. to reduce the amount of loans that banks were lending C. to get benefits to the poor immediately D. to get rid of the 'millionaires' dole'





Weegy: The main purpose of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation was A. to lend money to banks, railroads and other corporations to encourage an economic recovery.
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