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What was one major difference between the First New Deal and the Second New Deal? (4 points)Conservatives supported the programs of the First New Deal, but not those of the Second New Deal. The programs of the First New Deal were not very popular, but those of the Second New Deal were. The First New Deal tried to restore basic economic functions, and the Second New Deal tried to improve people's lives. Roosevelt dealt only with banking reform during the First New Deal and moved on to jobs ...
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The one major difference between the First New Deal and the Second New Deal was that Roosevelt dealt only with banking reform during the First New Deal and moved on to jobs during the Second New Deal.
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zeppelin, please provide your source.
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The one major difference between the First New Deal and the Second New Deal was that Roosevelt dealt only with banking reform during the First New Deal and moved on to jobs during the Second New Deal.
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The significance of the Texas v. Johnson case is that it extended the right (3 points)of free speech to cover flag burning. of privacy to passengers in vehicles. to have a lawyer during a hearing. to vote to low-income citizens.
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The significance of the Texas v. Johnson case is that it extended the right of free speech to cover flag burning.
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A person or group who is not satisfied with the outcome of a trial (3 points)may appeal the decision to a higher court. can appeal if the trial was for a serious criminal case. has no recourse and must accept the outcome. usually can get the verdict or decision reversed.
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A person or group who is not satisfied with the outcome of a trial may appeal the decision to a higher court.
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Naturalization is (3 points)the word used to refer to citizenship by birth on U.S. territory. a process through which a person may become a legal citizen. the word used to refer to citizenship by birth to U.S. parents. a process through which a person can lose legal citizenship.
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@rtswifey,
Please read the question again. This is not a true or false question, There are choices provided after this question, so what you need to do is to choose one from the four choices.
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