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Question 1: The crisis had many political consequences, among which was the abandonment of classic economic liberal approaches, which Roosevelt replaced in the United States with ________ policies.
EconomicsJohn Maynard KeynesKeynesian economicsCapitalism

Question 2: In some states, the desperate citizens turned toward nationalist demagogues—the most infamous being ________—setting the stage for World War II in 1939.
SchutzstaffelNazi PartyNazi GermanyAdolf Hitler

Question 3: Businessmen ignored the mounting ________ and heavy new taxes, redoubling their efforts for greater output to take advantage of generous government contracts.
Government debtCentral bankPublic financeTax haven

Question 4: Australia's extreme dependence on agricultural and industrial exports meant it was one of the hardest-hit countries in the ________, amongst the likes of Canada and Germany.
Western worldEuropeTurkeyWestern culture

Question 5: ________ 2077848.
Bodleian LibraryJSTORARTstorBibliographic database

Question 6: Recessions and ________ are thought to be a normal part of living in a world of inexact balances between supply and demand.
EconomicsBusiness cycleReal Business Cycle TheoryKeynesian economics

Question 7: Steinbeck's ________ is another important novel about a journey during the Great Depression.
Cannery Row (novel)John SteinbeckThe Pearl (novel)Of Mice and Men

Question 8: Indeed, the first major American economic crisis, the Panic of 1819, was described by then-president James Monroe as "a depression",[13] and the most recent economic crisis, the Depression of 1920–21, had been referred to as a "depression" by then president ________.
Herbert HooverWilliam ClaflinCalvin CoolidgeGerald Ford

Question 9: These reforms, together with several other relief and recovery measures, are called the ________.
Franklin D. RooseveltNew DealGreat DepressionNational Recovery Administration

Question 10: Quarter by quarter the economy went downhill, as prices, profits and employment fell, leading to the political realignment in 1932 that brought to power ________.
Harry S. TrumanLyndon B. JohnsonFranklin D. RooseveltJohn F. Kennedy

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