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Q: Between 1929 and 1933, the Federal Reserve system allowed the country's money supply to decline by what percentage? a. 17 c. 32 b. 27 d. 39
A: Between 1929 and 1933, the Federal Reserve system allowed the country's money supply to decline by what percentage? The answer is b. 27.
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User: Between 1929 and 1933, the Federal Reserve system allowed the country's money supply to decline by what percentage? a. 17 c. 32 b. 27 d. 39

Weegy: Between 1929 and 1933, the Federal Reserve system allowed the country's money supply to decline by what percentage? The answer is b. 27.
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User: “The appearance before a National Convention of its nominee for President . . . is unprecedented and unusual, but these are unprecedented and unusual times. . . . Let it also be symbolic that in so doing I [Roosevelt] broke traditions. Let it be from now on the task of our Party to break foolish traditions. . . . Republican leaders not only have failed in material things, they have failed in national vision, because in disaster they have held out no hope. . . . I pledge you . . . to a new deal for the American people.” —from The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt Roosevelt refers to “unusual times” and “disaster.” What historical event is he discussing? a. World War I b. the Great Depression c. the bombing of Pearl Harbor d. the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima, Japan

Weegy: From The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. [ Roosevelt ,Roosevelt refers to unusual times? and disaster.? The Great Depression-is the historical event that he is discussing. - ]
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User: true or falseDuring WW I Franklin D. Roosevelt was Assistant Secretary of the Army under Woodrow Wilson.

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