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19. The _____ expressed the darkest and most ominous aspect of the rural counterattack of the early 1900s a. Red scare b. Prohibition movement c. Palmer raids d. Ku Klux Klan
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User: 19. The _____ expressed the darkest and most ominous aspect of the rural counterattack of the early 1900s a. Red scare b. Prohibition movement c. Palmer raids d. Ku Klux Klan

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User: 20. Among the legislative acts passed during Franklin Roosevelt’s first 100 days, which one gave relief to artists, actors, and writers a. National recovery administration b. Civilian conservation corps c. Works progress administration d. Tennessee valley authority

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Among the legislative acts passed during Franklin Roosevelt's first 100 days, the Works Progress Administration gave relief to artists, actors, and writers.
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