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Q: 4. During the election of 1936, declaring their party a “millionaire’s union,” Franklin Roosevelt focused mainly on defeating the a. Union Party running Gerald K. Smith b. Liberty League running
Father Coughlin c. Union Party running William Lemke d. Liberty League running Alfred M. Landon
A: c. Liberty League running Alfred M. Landon
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User: 4. During the election of 1936, declaring their party a “millionaire’s union,” Franklin Roosevelt focused mainly on defeating the a. Union Party running Gerald K. Smith b. Liberty League running Father Coughlin c. Union Party running William Lemke d. Liberty League running Alfred M. Landon

Weegy: c. Liberty League running Alfred M. Landon
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User: 5. In the election of 1912, Teddy Roosevelt’s Bull Moose Party platform was built around what he called the a. New Nationalism b. New Freedom c. Square Deal d. Fair Deal

Weegy: D, Fair deal
Expert answered|ComaWhite|Points 48|

User: 6. After the election of 1890, organized groups supporting farmers called for the formation of the third party that became generally known as the _____ Party a. Populist b. Ocala c. Socialist d. American

Weegy: Populist Party
Expert answered|ComaWhite|Points 48|

User: 7. Which of the following statements is most accurate regarding America’s political climate between 1876 and 1896? a. The influence of the president over Congress diminished b. The party that won the presidential election also controlled Congress c. Southern states tended to vote Republican d. Little political power or influence was left to the states



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