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How did Franklin Roosevelt attempt to restore trust in the banking system? A. He declared a bank holiday and developed a ranking system for banks. B. He declared a bank holiday and then kept most banks closed. C. He let the free market sort out strong and weak banks. D. He pushed billions of dollars of government money into buying the banks
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User: How did Franklin Roosevelt attempt to restore trust in the banking system? A. He declared a bank holiday and developed a ranking system for banks. B. He declared a bank holiday and then kept most banks closed. C. He let the free market sort out strong and weak banks. D. He pushed billions of dollars of government money into buying the banks

Weegy: Franklin Roosevelt attempted to restore trust in the banking system by: He declared a bank holiday and developed a ranking system for banks.
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User: What technological development took a new hold on Americans' desire for information and entertainment during the 1950s? A. Television B. Newspapers C. Radio D. Internet

Weegy: Television took a new hold on Americans' desire for information and entertainment during the 1950s.
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User: What does the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation do? A. Insures people's investments in the stock market B. Insures deposits in banks C. Insures corporations against business failure D. Insures banks so they can invest in the stock market

Weegy: The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation insures deposits in banks.
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User: Which Axis nation was knocked out of World War II first? A. Italy B. Japan C. Germany D. France

Weegy: Italy was knocked out of World War II first.
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User: Which of the following is a reason for the movement of millions of Americans to the suburbs in the 1950s? A. A desire for less room B. A desire to live closer to work C. A desire for more to do at night after work D. A desire for more room

Weegy: A desire for more room is a reason for the movement of millions of Americans to the suburbs in the 1950s.
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User: What part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act was considered controversial? A. The fact that farmers were paid for destroying crops B. The fact that farmers refused to sell to cities C. The fact that conservation was stressed D. The fact that farmers were receiving help

Weegy: The fact that farmers were paid for destroying crops. - is the part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act that was considered controversial.
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