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All of the following were causes of the Great Depression EXCEPT: (Points : 2) unequal distribution of wealth. a drop in agricultural production in the mid-1920s. the dominance of oligopolies in the American economy. reckless banking and speculation unchecked by regulation.
Weegy: reckless banking and speculation unchecked by regulation User: The Teapot Dome scandal: (Points : 2) involved government officials illegally leasing land to oil companies. was one of many scandals that plagued the Hoover administration. resulted in Harding’s defeat in the 1924 primaries. revealed that the government was setting up monopolies in retail food sales. (More)
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Reformers who called for use of the Australian ballot succeeded in getting: (Points : 2) the guarantee of biracial tickets in the North. the right of voters to have privacy in the voting process. an end to illegal campaign contributions. an end to the use of literacy tests as a requirement for voting.
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Reformers who called for use of the Australian ballot succeeded in getting: the right of voters to have privacy in the voting process.
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Politicians stopped supporting women’s reform issues:
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By the mid-1890s, female reformers had succeeded in:
Weegy: Fiery feminists also continued to insist on the ballot. They had been demanding the vote since before the Civil War, but many high-minded female reformers had temporarily shelved the cause of women to battle for the rights of blacks. [ In 1890 militant suffragists formed the National American Women's Suffrage Association. Its founders included aging pioneers like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who had helped organize the first women's rights convention in 1848, and her long-time comrade Susan B. Anthony, the radical Quaker spitfire who had courted jail by trying to cast a ballot in the 1872 presidential election. ] (More)
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