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What authorized the Treasury Department to inspect banks and to close those that were unsound, with the greater goal of restoring public confidence in the banking system? A. Federal
Securities Act B. Emergency Banking Relief Act C. Glass-Steagall Banking Act D. Agricultural Adjustment Act
B. Emergency Banking Relief Act authorized the Treasury Department to inspect banks and to close those that were unsound, with the greater goal of restoring public confidence in the banking system. [ ]
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