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the 1936 alliance between Nazi Germany and Fascist ItalyRome-Berlin Axis
70.6%
the 'radio priest' of the 30s/ early 40s, MI Catholic priest that liked FDR, then disliked the New DealFather Charles Coughlin
68.6%
name of a U.S. gunboat sunk by the Japanese in Dec. 1937, almost got the U.S. to go to war with JapanPanay
66.7%
1st portion of FDR's 1st term, in which there was more legislative activity than ever beforeHundred Days
62.7%
written by Pearl S. Buck about a simple Chinese farmer, won Buck the Nobel Prize in Lit. in 1938The Good Earth
62.7%
spent $4 billion on 34,000 projects (highways, parkways, buildings), headed by Interior Sec. Harold L. IckesPublic Works Administration
62.7%
police fired upon workers leaving scores dead at the Republic Steel Company plant in South ChicagoMemorial Day Massacre of 1937
62.7%
the 'Indian New Deal', encouraged tribes to preserve their culture, traditions, 77 tribes didn't agree, 200 didIndian Reorganization Act of 1934
58.8%
1933 meeting of 66 nations that tried to develop a solution to the Great Depression, spurned by FDRLondon Conference
58.8%
1937 speech by FDR in Chicago that called for a quarantine of Japan through economic embargoesQuarantine Speech
58.8%
FDR's Secretary of StateCordell Hull
56.9%
gave FDR the authority to manage banksEmergency Banking Relief Act of 1933
54.9%
1940 Conference in which the U.S. warned Germany it couldn't colonize in the AmericasHavana Conference
54.9%
KS governor that opposed FDR in the 1936 election, lost 523-8Alfred M. Landon
52.9%
created by the Federal Emergency Relief Act, led by the zealous Harry L. HopkinsFederal Emergency Relief Administration
49%
boss of the United Mine Workers, formed the Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO) within the AFL in 1935John L. Lewis
49%
set up minimum wage/ maximum hrs. standards, forbade children under 16 from workingFair Labor Standards Act of 1938
47.1%
Supreme Court justice formerly considered a conservative that began to vote w/ FDROwen J. Roberts
47.1%
(1934), formed to investigate whether munitions factories were pro-warNye Committee
47.1%
anthropologist that helped develop the 'culture and personality movement'Ruth Benedict
45.1%
required promoters to transmit to investors sworn information about the soundness of stocks and bondsFederal Securities Act
45.1%
Description Answer % Correct
barred federal administrative officials,except high policy-makers, from active political campaigning/ solicitingHatch Act of 1939
45.1%
said the Philippines would receive independence after 12 years of political/ economic tutelageTydings-McDuffie Act
45.1%
U.S. destroyers attacked by Germany before the U.S. entered WWIIGreer, Kearny, Reuben, James
45.1%
paid farmers to reduce crop acreage/ would eliminate price depressing surpluses, killed by the Supreme Court in 1936Agricultural Adjustment Administration
43.1%
refinanced mortgages on non-farm homesHome Owner's Lean Corporation
41.2%
proposed that each senior be given $200 a month as long as the money was spent within the monthDr. Francis E. Townsend
41.2%
paid farmers to plant soil-conserving plants or leave their land fallowSoil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act of 1936
41.2%
continued conservation payments but not struck down by the Supreme Court2nd Agricultural Adjustment Act
41.2%
activated low tariffs so long that other countries did the same to the U.S.Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act of 1934
41.2%
(1935-37), said when the president recognized a foreign war no Americans could sail on beligerent ships, sell/ make loans to beligerentsNeutrality Acts
41.2%
opposed FDR in the 1940 election, lost badlyWendell L. Willkie
39.2%
set maximum hrs. of labor, minimum wages, more labor union members rights, killed by the Supreme Court in 1935National Recovery Administration
37.3%
1935 replacement for the NRA, guaranteed unions the right to organize, collectively bargain w/ managementWagner Act
37.3%
U.S. ship torpedoed by German U-Boats on May 21, 1941Robin Moor
35.3%
1934 law that forbade countries that owed the U.S. money from borrowing any more cashJohnson Debt Default Act
33.3%
allowed Europeans to buy arms from the U.S. in cashNeutrality Act of 1939
33.3%
made available millions of dollars to help farmers meet their mortgagesAgricultural Adjustment Act
29.4%
made possible a suspension of mortgage foreclosures for 5 years, voided in 1935 by the Supreme CourtFrazier-Lemke Farm Bankruptcy Act of 1934
27.5%
set up by FDR in 1935 to remove near-farmless farmers to better landResettlement Administration
27.5%
gave FDR limited power for administrative reformsReorganization Act of 1939
27.5%

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