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Banks, markets, and public works employment were all to be reformed by a. market speculators. c. Economic Nationalism. b. Roosevelt’s New Deal. d. Social Security Act.
Banks, markets, and public works employment were all to be reformed by Roosevelt’s New Deal.
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