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The Interstate Commerce Commission was: (Points : 2) created to give more power to the states in regulating commerce. supported by the big business interests of the Republican Party. a consistent advocate of deregulating federal farming policies. unsuccessful in enforcing the public’s call for regulating the railroad industry.
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One of Herbert Hoover’s few relief measures was creation of the: Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
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One of Herbert Hoover’s few relief measures was creation of the: (Points : 2) Works Progress Administration. Farm Credit Act. Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Emergency Banking Act.
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Which party essentially dissolved as a result of the 1896 election? (Points : 2) the Democratic Party the Republican Party the People’s Party the Prohibition Party
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In August of 1914, as war erupted in Europe, most Americans: (Points : 2) protested against President Wilson’s decision to send troops. believed that the U.S. government should fund England’s war effort. called for direct American military involvement on the Western Front. felt that America should maintain a neutral role in the conflict.
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In August of 1914, as war erupted in Europe, most Americans: felt that America should maintain a neutral role in the conflict.
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