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Why did Roosevelt declare a "bank holiday"? to inspect the banks and reopen only those that were healthy to encourage Americans to remove their savings to close banks for a period of one month
Roosevelt declared "bank holiday" : to inspect the banks and reopen only those that were healthy.
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