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What paid farmers to lower production and, in some cases, to destroy crops, with the greater goal of raising crop prices and farm income? A. Emergency Banking Relief Act B. Glass-Steagall
Banking Act C. National Industrial Recovery Act D. Agricultural Adjustment Act
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User: What paid farmers to lower production and, in some cases, to destroy crops, with the greater goal of raising crop prices and farm income? A. Emergency Banking Relief Act B. Glass-Steagall Banking Act C. National Industrial Recovery Act D. Agricultural Adjustment Act

Weegy: What is your question?
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User: Who was the first woman to serve in the cabinet? A. Frances Perkins B. Arlene Francis C. Eleanor Roosevelt D. Mary McLeod Bethune

Weegy: A. Frances Perkins was the first woman to serve in the cabinet.
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User: Movies were popular during the Great Depression for all of the following reasons except A. films offered pure escape from the hard realities of the Depression. B. movies ended the Great Depression. C. films expressed the dream of many Americans for a life of comfort and affluence. D. movies were an inexpensive form of entertainment.

Weegy: B. movies ended the Great Depression.
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User: Which would not accurately describe the situation in Europe at the time that the Battle of Britain was fought? A. France had surrendered to Germany. B. The British army had been forced to retreat from the continent. C. Much of Europe had fallen to German aggression. D. The Soviet Union had fallen to Germany.

Weegy: france had surrendered to germany
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User: Armed freight yard patrolmen were called which of the following? A. Hoover tourists B. hoboes C. Bulls D. Wild boys

Weegy: Armed freight yard patrolmen were called C. Bulls.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 10696|



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Price supports involve the government buying surplus American agricultural products and selling them on the world market. A. True B. False User: Who helped establish the principle that the federal government had the right to regulate private industry to serve the public interest? A. Grangers B. Pullman workers C. J.P. Morgan D. William Vanderbilt
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Price supports involve the government buying surplus American agricultural products and selling them on the world market. FALSE.
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Grangers helped establish the principle that the federal government had the right to regulate private industry to serve the public interest.
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