Childhood Memories Essay

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Lesson 8

By 1900s the meaning of American identity at home____________ excluded more people than previously

Progressive reformers were primarily concerned with____________ making democratic capitalism work better

American women of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries found that the settlement house movement_________________ was a good place to use their talents to help society

Progressives launched the social purity movement to___________________ attack prostitution and other vices

Progressives justified segregation on the grounds that it_________________ provided for a more stable society

As a reform governor of California from 1911 to 1917, Hiram Johnson_________________ supported the initiative,
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Roosevelt_________________ gave hope to the American people

Although government allotments under the Agricultural Adjustment Act greatly benefited some farmers, the program did not address the needs of_______________ tenant farmers and sharecroppers

The Works Progress Administration, which operated from 1935 to 1943______________ generated jobs for thirteen million unemployed men and women

After a confrontation at the AFL convention in 1935______________
John L. Lewis proceeded to organize the CIO.

The Social Security Act of 1935 provided___________________ old-age pensions, aid for dependent children, and unemployment insurance

The New Deal Political Coalition consisted of all of the following EXCEPT_______________ business executives

One of the most impressive achievements of the New Deal was __________________ that the United States did not need to abandon democracy to confront the nation's economic crisis

Lesson 13

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