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15. How did Hoover's and Roosevelt's approaches to handling the Great Depression differ? A. FDR believed that social services should be handled by private charities; Hoover didn't. B. Hoover believed that federal government should take an active role in the economy; FDR didn't. C. FDR believed that federal government should take an active role in the economy; Hoover didn't. D. They both held the same views.
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Hoover's and Roosevelt's approaches to handling the Great Depression differ because FDR believed that federal government should take an active role in the economy; Hoover didn't.
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Hoover's and Roosevelt's approaches to handling the Great Depression differ because FDR believed that federal government should take an active role in the economy; Hoover didn't.
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FDR believed that the federal government should take an active role in the economy; Hoover didn't is how Hoover and Roosevelt differed in handling the Depression.
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