It depended on white patronage.
It had little contact with the black masses.
It ended with the onset of the Great Depression, but stands as a monument to African-American cultural creativity.
***It showcased the talents of Paul Robeson and Chuck Barry.***
It proved impossible to enforce rules of behavior with which a significant portion of the population disagreed.
The Volstead Act was underfunded.
*****New pharmaceutical discoveries cured the problem of alcohol abuse in a simpler way.******
Prohibition laws were weakly enforced.
He declared a “bank holiday,” which closed banks for four days.
*****He nationalized the banks.*****
He set up procedures for managing failed banks.
He assured Americans over the radio that they could again entrust their money to banks.
some politicians and farmers hoped to be able to take over Japanese-American landholdings.
after Pearl Harbor, white Californians were worked up into a frenzy about possible Japanese sabotage.
***FBI and military intelligence had uncovered a Japanese-American espionage network in California.***
some patriotic organizations and media outlets called for it.
***Winston Churchill, France***
Joseph Stalin, Soviet Union
Franklin Roosevelt, United States
Hideki Tojo, Japan
***He wanted to prove to the world that the United States hated the Japanese and wanted them to suffer because of their attack on Pearl Harbor.****
The Japanese had suffered terrible destruction from American bombing attacks but were still not willing to surrender.
Japanese soldiers and sailors almost always refused to surrender even when it was clear that their cause was lost
He hoped to intimidate the Soviet Union.
He wanted to cultivate the African-American vote for future elections.
He felt that racial inequality in the United States undercut American foreign policy in its contest with the Soviet Union.
****all of these choices****