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Q: Which of the following best describes Hoovervilles? A. breadlines set up during the Great Depression B. shanty towns that began to pop up during the Great Depression C. the financial
district on Wall Street in New York City D. areas of support for Herbert Hoover during the Great Depression
A: B. shanty towns that began to pop up during the Great Depression
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User: Which of the following best describes Hoovervilles? A. breadlines set up during the Great Depression B. shanty towns that began to pop up during the Great Depression C. the financial district on Wall Street in New York City D. areas of support for Herbert Hoover during the Great Depression

Weegy: B. shanty towns that began to pop up during the Great Depression
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User: How did the role of agriculture worsen the bank failures of the Great Depression? A. Farmers were the main investors in the stock market. B. Farmers fought to increase interest payments on loans. C. Farmers pushed for uninsured loan payments. D. Farmers were unable to pay back loans they had taken out to produce crops that were easily sold during the war.

Weegy: D. Farmers were unable to pay back loans they had taken out to produce crops that were easily sold during the war. .
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User: Which of the following best describes how Hoover saw the role of local and state governments during the Great Depression? A. failing to ask for assistance from the federal government B. holding more responsibility than the federal government in easing the suffering of the Great Depression C. holding less responsibility than the federal government in easing the suffering of the Great Depression D. lacking the strength and means to actively assist the public during the Great Depression

Weegy: B. Holding more responsibility than the federal government in easing the suffering of the Great Depression.
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