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Roosevelt served as governor of which state from 1928 through 1932? a. Ohio c. New York b. New Jersey d. Pennsylvania
Roosevelt served as governor of New York from 1928 through 1932.
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User: Bank runs increased before Roosevelt’s inauguration because some people thought he would abandon the gold standard and reduce the value of

User: Roosevelt served as governor of which state from 1928 through 1932? a. Ohio c. New York b. New Jersey d. Pennsylvania

Weegy: Roosevelt served as governor of New York from 1928 through 1932.



User: Roosevelt’s policies during the Great Depression

User: What position, appointed by Woodrow Wilson, did Roosevelt hold through World War I? a. attorney general c. ambassador to Mexico b. secretary of agriculture d. assistant secretary of the navy

Weegy: During WWI, Roosevelt was d. assistant secretary of the navy.
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User: Which "alphabet soup" organization provided oversight for stocks, bonds, and market practices? A. CCC B. TVA C. AAA D. SEC

Weegy: D. SEC
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User: a Federal Emergency Relief Administration leader, __________ helped provide grants to struggling states. A. Harry Hopkins B. Marian Anderson C. John Maynard Keynes D. John Collier

Weegy: As a Federal Emergency Relief Administration leader, A. Harry Hopkins.
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User: The primary purpose of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was to __________. A. close failing banks quickly B. pay farmers to reduce agricultural supplies C. build roads and trails on public lands D. protect accounts in case of a bank failure

User: Thomas Edison made a significant impact on the way Americans alter their physical environment as they expand cities and use resources by - a. developing a more efficient way to make steel. b. inventing the telegraph and telephone. c. helping to make electricity more widely available. d. preaching the “gospel of wealth.”

User: This controversial Act passed by Congress shortened the work week and attempted to manipulate the economy. a. Securities and Exchange Act c. Social Security Act b. Agricultural Adjustment Act d. National Industrial Recovery Act

Weegy: D) National Industrial Recovery Act passed by congress shortened the work week and attempted to manipulate the economy.
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User: The National Industrial Recovery Act regulated the economy by __________. A. regulating the work week, prices, and wages B. adjusting agricultural supplies in the marketplace C. building trails and roads in national parks D. insuring bank accounts in case of bank failure

Weegy: The National Industry Recovery Act regulated the economy by regulating the work week, prices, and wages.
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User: Roosevelt's bank holidays were designed to slow the failure of banks by __________. A. creating a diversion for the American public B. preventing withdrawals and gold exchanges C. adjusting the availability of agricultural supplies in the marketplace D. encouraging Americans to spend more time at home rather than being out spending their money

Weegy: Roosevelt's bank holidays were designed to slow the failure of banks by preventing withdrawals and gold exchanges.
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Thomas Edison made a significant impact on the way Americans alter their physical environment as they expand cities and use resources by c. helping to make electricity more widely available.
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