Growing Crisis Unit Review

The sale of alcohol was forbidden by which amendment?
18th Amendment

Which industry was the nation’s biggest business in the 1920s?

Which movement originated among African American musicians in the South?
Harlem Renaissance

The assembly line
increased productivity

The practice of accepting a religious text as literally true is called

What law was passed to enforce prohibition?
Volstead Act

Food was given to the needy in

Farmers banded together to save farms from
foreclosure sales

Some economist felt the depression was caused by
unequal distribution of the wealth, crop failures, and high import taxes

Many economists said the depression was
part of the business cycle

At the height of the depression the number of unemployed workers reached about
10-15 million

What were three effects of the depression?
divorce rates rose, birth rates declined, and there were more suicides

Who promised to put the political and economic system “at the service of the people”?
Franklin D. Roosevelt

Which region of the United States was called the Dust Bowl?
Great Plains

Roosevelt’s “fireside chats” were
Radio Broadcasts

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
insured each bank deposits

The Civilian Conservation Corps
planted trees, developed campsites, and employed young men

The famous line “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself” was spoken by
Franklin Roosevelt

Which New Deal Program fought illiteracy, built dams, and fought soil erosion
Tennessee Valley Authority

Huey Long, Father Coughlin, and Dr. Francis E. Townsend
Were all critics of the New Deal

The Revenue Act of 1935
raised taxes on the wealthy

One reason the stock market crashed was
Over speculation

Towns and shelters constructed by the homeless were known as

Which amendment repealed prohibition?
21st Amendment

Americans opposed Hoover for being
A “do nothing president”

Explain how weak industries contributed to the outbreak of the Great Depression in October 1929. Railroads, steel, cotton textile, oil industries were all suffering during the 1920s; These industries began laying off employees well before the crash in October 1929 …

On margin Buying with a small down payment and borrowing the rest of the money Hoovervilles Shanty towns that the unemployed built in the cities during the early years of the Depression; the name given to them shows that the …

How were minorities at a disadvantage during the Great Depression? They were often the first to have their hours or jobs cut. Why was stock bought on margin considered a risky investment? Investors purchased the stocks with little cash down; …

The growth of the automobile industry in the early 1900s led to what? the growth of other industries and suburban communities As the 1920s progressed, farm incomes: declined WE WILL WRITE A CUSTOM ESSAY SAMPLE ON ANY TOPIC SPECIFICALLY FOR …

Red Summer Refers to the race riots that occurred in more than three dozen cities (the most violent being in Chicago) in the United States during the summer of 1919. ethnocentrism The belief that one’s own race is and culture …

Which of the following statements is false? Someone suffering from depression will get better only with therapy or medication. The risk of major depression and bipolar disorder dramatically increases if you have a parent or sibling with the disorder. WE …

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