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Why was FDR so angry about the Supreme Court ruling in the case of United States v. Butler? A. It ruled that it was unconstitutional for a president to propose new legislation. B. It ruled
that an important piece of New Deal legislation was unconstitutional. C. It ruled that the Good Neighbor Policy was illegal. D. It ruled that his “fireside chats” were in violation of the 1st Amendment.
He was not angry just upset go to google.com for more info
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User: Why was FDR so angry about the Supreme Court ruling in the case of United States v. Butler? A. It ruled that it was unconstitutional for a president to propose new legislation. B. It ruled that an important piece of New Deal legislation was unconstitutional. C. It ruled that the Good Neighbor Policy was illegal. D. It ruled that his “fireside chats” were in violation of the 1st Amendment.

Weegy: He was not angry just upset go to google.com for more info
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User: All of the following are true statements about FDR's New Deal EXCEPT which one? A. The New Deal showed that recessions could be combated by increased government spending. B. The New Deal created jobs and improved the nation's infrastructure. C. The New Deal did not eliminate unemployment. D. The New Deal proved that the United States had to go back to an unregulated economy.

Weegy: D. The New Deal proved that the United States had to go back to an unregulated economy.
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User: Which political party did FDR belong to? A. Republican B. Democratic C. Federalist D. Independent

Weegy: B. Democratic
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User: What was the “court-packing” plan? A. a plan devised by FDR to add new justices to the Supreme Court who would rule in favor of New Deal legislation B. a plan devised by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to encourage justices who were over seventy years of age to retire C. a plan devised by enemies of FDR to add justices to the Supreme Court who would rule against New Deal legislation D. a plan devised by Speaker of the House to reduce the number of Supreme Court justices from nine to six

Weegy: A plan devised by FDR to add new justices to the Supreme Court who would rule in favor of New Deal legislation is known as "court-packing? . answer is A
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User: Who won the presidential election of 1936 in a landslide? A. Herbert Hoover B. Harry Truman C. Alfred Landon D. Franklin D. Roosevelt

Weegy: D. Roosevelt
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Weegy: B. a group of experts who worked outside the government and advised FDR on his New Deal policies User: Why were FDR's first hundred days in office so extraordinary? A. He reduced the unemployment rate from 25% to 15%. B. He got an impressive amount of legislation passed in a relatively short period of time. C. He ended the banking crisis in his first hundred days. D. He got little accomplished in a relatively long period of time. Weegy: He ended the banking crisis in his first hundred days. User: What was the New Deal? A. FDR's plan for the U.S. military B. FDR's election campaign C. FDR's foreign policy plan D. FDR's response to the Great Depression Weegy: D. FDR's response to the Great Depression. User: What were the “Fireside Chats”? A. town hall meetings that FDR held all over the country during his first four years in office B. weekly televised addresses that FDR gave from the oval office C. weekly discussions that FDR had with cabinet members in the oval office D. radio addresses in which FDR spoke directly to the American people Weegy: D. radio addresses in which FDR spoke directly to the American people User: What was the New Deal supposed to do? A. provide relief, recovery, and reform to a nation in need B. improve U.S. relations with the Soviet Union C. honor the policies of Herbert Hoover D. build up the U.S. military Weegy: What was the New Deal supposed to do? A. provide relief, recovery, and reform to a nation in need (More)
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