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_______ was the policy designed to give Hitler what he wanted as a way to avoid war.
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User: _______ was the policy designed to give Hitler what he wanted as a way to avoid war.

Weegy: Appeasement was the policy designed to give Hitler what he wanted as a way to avoid war.
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User: How did Franklin Roosevelt attempt to restore trust in the banking system?

Weegy: Franklin Roosevelt attempted to restore trust in the banking system by: He declared a bank holiday and developed a ranking system for banks.
|Score 1|matahari|Points 64125|

User: William Levitt was known for building

Weegy: William Levitt was known for building: affordable housing.
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User: William Levitt was known for building

Weegy: William Levitt was known for building: affordable housing.
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User: The _______ Project was the top-secret project tasked with developing atomic weapons in the United States.

Weegy: The Manhattan Project was the top-secret project tasked with developing atomic weapons in the United States.
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User: The _______ was Franklin Roosevelt's program designed to fight the Great Depression.

Weegy: The New Deal was Franklin Roosevelt's program designed to fight the Great Depression.
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User: The Dust Bowl described what Great Depression situation?

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The Dust Bowl described the drought and ecological disaster of the central United States in the 1930s of the Great Depression.

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