History / Twentieth Century Legislation

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Can you name the twentieth century legislation?

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Enforced the 18th amendment.
Set a three percent limit on individuals from each nation based on the 1910 census.
Set a two percent limit on individuals based on the 1890 census.
Reopened resolvent banks.
Guaranteed benefits for retired persons, the disabled, and the unemployed.
Established a federal minimum wage and ended child labor.
Strengthened section 7a of the NIRA.
Repealed the Dawes Act of 1887.
Allowed Britain to borrow U.S. war materials.
Established the Department of Defense and the CIA.
Created the nation's interstate highway system.
Repealed the Quota Act and instead limited immigration on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Limited the president's ability to wage war without the consent of Congress.
Expanded the government's authority in monitoring suspected terrorists.

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