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The Palmer raids were organized to root out groups whose activities a. took place in secret. b. posed a clear danger to the country. c. upset President Coolidge. d. did not make a profit or help society.
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The Palmer raids were organized to root out groups whose activities b. posed a clear danger to the country.
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Harding and Coolidge both based their foreign policy on a return to a. unionism. b. nativism. c. isolationism. d. Progressivism.
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Harding and Coolidge both based their foreign policy on a return to isolationism.
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Clubs in the Harlem district of New York City were among the hottest places to listen to a. radio. b. political speeches. c. jazz. d. poetry readings.
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Clubs in the Harlem district of New York City were among the hottest places to listen to jazz.
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Key features of Republican administrations of the 1920s included a. expansionism and business regulation. b. isolationism and laissez-faire business policy. c. a buildup of armaments and armed forces. d. reduction of quotas and increased immigration.
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When the Dow Jones Industrial Average began to drop sharply in late October 1929, a. investors bought record shares of stock. b. bankers pardoned personal loans and mortgages. c. President Hoover warned Americans to stop investing. d. investors raced to get their money out of the stock market. User: Information about stock prices is reflected in the ____. User: After the Crash, thousands of American banks closed, because they a. had to print new money. b. could not return depositors’ ...
Weegy: The Dow Jones Industrial Average was steady User: Throughout most of the 1920s, Americans were generally a. worried that the stock market would crash. b. confident that business would bring continued prosperity. c. delighted that wealth was evenly distributed. d. concerned with economic danger signs. User: The Crash led to a. increased factory production. b. a brief period of rising profits. c. higher farm prices. d. unemployment for millions of workers. (More)
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When the Dow Jones Industrial Average began to drop sharply in late October 1929: investors raced to get their money out of the stock market.


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