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can i get some US history help?

i have my answers in this and i want to know if they are right. i have fallen a little behind due to some family trouble and starting running start, and i would just like the extra help to make sure i pass this test. please help.

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16. What do the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation have in common?

(Points : 3)

Both agencies were located in the same part of the country.

Both agencies are still in operation today.

Both agencies have the role of regulating banks.

Both agencies were intended to help people affected by the drought.

17. People from both the right and the left objected to the New Deal legislation. Why?

(Points : 3)

Some people thought the New Deal went too far and others though it had not gone far enough.

Most wanted the president to slow down, proceed more cautiously, and spend less money.

Some were concerned that the government was giving up too much of its power to financial institutions.

Most wanted the president to take more action to provide people with the money they needed to live.

18. What were the key objectives of New Deal legislation?

(Points : 3)

restoration of faith in banks; rescue of people in need; and stabilization of the international economy

relief for people in need; recovery for the economy; and reform to prevent future problems

assistance for failing businesses; buyouts for banks; and unemployment insurance

bailouts for banks; rescue of people's savings; and stabilization of the monetary system

19. Historians disagree about the effectiveness of the New Deal. Which is not an argument historians present?

(Points : 3)

New Deal legislation did not resolve the Depression; World War II did.

The New Deal improved America's infrastructure and helped families survive.

The New Deal strengthened the power of the federal government and increased its influence on daily life.

New Deal legislation solved the economic crisis quickly.

20. Dictators assumed the reins of power in parts of Europe and Asia during the 1930s. What made that possible?

(Points : 3)

People turned to the military to protect them from anarchy.

Dictators won support by promising prosperity and order.

People believed dictators could prevent war.

Dictators offered new political systems that promised peace.

21. What happened in Germany, Italy, and Spain during the 1930s?

(Points : 3)

Leaders rose to effectively meet the challenges of the times.

Parliamentary governments had difficulty forming coalitions.

Democracy prevailed but governments struggled to pay off war debts.

Fascist dictators assumed power.

22. Which leader is not accurately matched with his country?

(Points : 3)

Hirohito Japan

Mussolini Austria

Franco Spain

Hitler Germany

23. What actions on the part of Germany and Italy created conflict and led to requests for the League of Nations to intervene?

(Points : 3)

the refusal to repay debts

the capture, imprisonment, and torture of soldiers from other countries

the invasion of other countries to gain new territory

a large tax increase that caused social unrest

24. What did the passage of five neutrality laws in the 1930s indicate about U.S. foreign policy?

(Points : 3)

Congress was unwilling to develop additional alliances.

The United States encouraged everyone to avoid war.

Congress wanted a return to isolationism.

The government fine-tuned its policy toward other nations.

25. What program did Franklin Roosevelt develop to provide supplies to the English in spite of U.S. neutrality laws?

(Points : 3)

Cash and Carriers

Lend-Lease

Supply and Land

Borrow-Benefit

26. Roosevelt called December 7, 1941, "a day that will live in infamy." Why?

(Points : 3)

The Germans invaded Poland.

The Luftwaffe bombed London.

The Russians laid siege to Leningrad.

The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

27. What legislation signed into law in 1940 indicated Roosevelt's commitment to war preparedness?

(Points : 3)

the Lend-Lease Act

the Selective Service Act

the Smoot-Hawley Bill

the Wagner Act

28. After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, how did the United States respond?

(Points : 3)

Roosevelt called for a meeting with Emperor Hirohito in hopes of ending the conflict quickly.

The United States dropped atomic bombs on two Japanese cities and invaded Okinawa.

Roosevelt waited to hear further from the Japanese government about the reasons for the action.

Congress declared war on Japan, and the United States joined the Allies.

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  • 9 years ago
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    3 years ago

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    RE :Can i get some US history help?

    i have my answers in this and i want to know if they are right. i have fallen a little behind due to some family trouble and starting running start, and i would just like the extra help to make sure i pass this test. please help.

    CBAABDDACCBA

    16. What do the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation have in common?

    (Points : 3)

    Both agencies were located in the same part of the country.

    Both agencies are still in operation today.

    Both agencies have the role of regulating banks.

    Both agencies were intended to help people affected by the drought.

    17. People from both the right and the left objected to the New Deal legislation. Why?

    (Points : 3)

    Some people thought the New Deal went too far and others though it had not gone far enough.

    Most wanted the president to slow down, proceed more cautiously, and spend less money.

    Some were concerned that the government was giving up too much of its power to financial institutions.

    Most wanted the president to take more action to provide people with the money they needed to live.

    18. What were the key objectives of New Deal legislation?

    (Points : 3)

    restoration of faith in banks; rescue of people in need; and stabilization of the international economy

    relief for people in need; recovery for the economy; and reform to prevent future problems

    assistance for failing businesses; buyouts for banks; and unemployment insurance

    bailouts for banks; rescue of people's savings; and stabilization of the monetary system

    19. Historians disagree about the effectiveness of the New Deal. Which is not an argument historians present?

    (Points : 3)

    New Deal legislation did not resolve the Depression; World War II did.

    The New Deal improved America's infrastructure and helped families survive.

    The New Deal strengthened the power of the federal government and increased its influence on daily life.

    New Deal legislation solved the economic crisis quickly.

    20. Dictators assumed the reins of power in parts of Europe and Asia during the 1930s. What made that possible?

    (Points : 3)

    People turned to the military to protect them from anarchy.

    Dictators won support by promising prosperity and order.

    People believed dictators could prevent war.

    Dictators offered new political systems that promised peace.

    21. What happened in Germany, Italy, and Spain during the 1930s?

    (Points : 3)

    Leaders rose to effectively meet the challenges of the times.

    Parliamentary governments had difficulty forming coalitions.

    Democracy prevailed but governments struggled to pay off war debts.

    Fascist dictators assumed power.

    22. Which leader is not accurately matched with his country?

    (Points : 3)

    Hirohito Japan

    Mussolini Austria

    Franco Spain

    Hitler Germany

    23. What actions on the part of Germany and Italy created conflict and led to requests for the League of Nations to intervene?

    (Points : 3)

    the refusal to repay debts

    the capture, imprisonment, and torture of soldiers from other countries

    the invasion of other countries to gain new territory

    a large tax increase that caused social unrest

    24. What did the passage of five neutrality laws in the 1930s indicate about U.S. foreign policy?

    (Points : 3)

    Congress was unwilling to develop additional alliances.

    The United States encouraged everyone to avoid war.

    Congress wanted a return to isolationism.

    The government fine-tuned its policy toward other nations.

    25. What program did Franklin Roosevelt develop to provide supplies to the English in spite of U.S. neutrality laws?

    (Points : 3)

    Cash and Carriers

    Lend-Lease

    Supply and Land

    Borrow-Benefit

    26. Roosevelt called December 7, 1941, "a day that will live in infamy." Why?

    (Points : 3)

    The Germans invaded Poland.

    The Luftwaffe bombed London.

    The Russians laid siege to Leningrad.

    The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

    27. What legislation signed into law in 1940 indicated Roosevelt's commitment to war preparedness?

    (Points : 3)

    the Lend-Lease Act

    the Selective Service Act

    the Smoot-Hawley Bill

    the Wagner Act

    28. After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, how did the United States respond?

    (Points : 3)

    Roosevelt called for a meeting with Emperor Hirohito in hopes of ending the conflict quickly.

    The United States dropped atomic bombs on two Japanese cities and invaded Okinawa.

    Roosevelt waited to hear further from the Japanese government about the reasons for the action.

    Congress declared war on Japan, and the United States joined the Allies.

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  • 4 years ago

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