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Who was the influential black writer that wrote and published several short stories, poems and play about black pride and African heritage? * 1 point a. Langston Hughes b. Marcus Garvey c. Clarence Darrow d. John Scopes 23. Which of the following describes Herbert Hoover? * 1 point a. He fought for the “forgotten man” b. He opposed Prohibition c. He supported only a limited amount of government help d. He fought to give out direct relief to the public 24. Which area was referred to as the Dust Bowl, due to devastatingly large dust storms, during the Great Depression? * 1 point a. The Northeast b. The South c. The Midwest d. The Southwest 25. What was a Hooverville? * 1 point a. Another name for the White House b. A shantytown full of homeless people c. A farm that suffered foreclosure d. A town that was given assistance by the federal government 26. What was the name given to the farming families that left the Great Plains during the 1930s? * 1 point a. Refugees b. Okies c. Hoboes d. Hoovers 27. How did the unequal distribution of wealth contribute to the Great Depression? * 1 point a. Wealthy people began to move their money to overseas banks b. Angry workers sabotaged factories, affecting production c. The rich bought great quantities of foreign goods, creating a trade deficit d. Lower income people relied more and more on credit which dried up after the stock market crash 28. Which of the following was a major factor of the stock market crash? * 1 point a. There was a sharp decline in worker productivity in the US b. Investors panicked when they believed other investors were selling and pulling out of the stock market c. US currency decrease in value d. Most wealthy investors actually profited from the crash 29. What do public works programs provide? * 1 point a. Food b. Shelter c. Money d. Jobs 30. How did Roosevelt’s fireside chats win him lasting support of voters? * 1 point a. They allowed the public to meet him in person b. They established a personal connection between him and the public c. They provided a humorous outlook on life d. They allowed for the public to take their minds off the hard times they were going through 31. Which was the first crisis Franklin Roosevelt dealt with upon taking office? * 1 point a. Widespread unemployment b. The hunger problem c. The troubled banking industry d. The unstable stock market 32. What were the three goals of the New Deal? * 1 point a. Reorganization, renewal, and recovery b. Education, caution, and investigation c. Relief, recovery, reform d. Reforms, reparations, and religion

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