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Can you name the key terms from Prosperity and Depression 1920-1945?

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Unemployed WWI veterans who came to Washington in the spring of 1932 to demand the payment of the bonus congress had voted them in 1922. The were removed by federal troops.
A reduction in available currency and credit that results in a decrease in the gneral price level.
Shanty towns that unemployed built in the cities during the early years of the Depression.
Government cut taves and increased spending in order to stimulate investment and consumption. The effect was to increase the deficit becuase more money was spent than was taken in.
Period from March to June 1933 when Congress passed major legislation submitted by Roosevelt to deal with the Depression.
A moderate and temporary decline in the economy.
Popular image of the decade as a period of prosperity, optimism, and changing morals; symbolized best by the 'flapper'.
Monetary assistance by a govenment to a person, group, or commercial enterprise.
A social system whereby the state assumes primary responsibility for the economic and social well-being of its citizens
Campaign theme of Warren Harding during the election of 1920; it reflected the conservative mood of the country after the constant appeals to idealism.

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