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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  NRA Blue Eagle
  Anti-relief protest sign, near Davenport, Iowa, 1940, Arthur Rothstein.
  NRA Blue Eagle
  The New Deal set up numerous agencies to help impoverished farmers, but in the long run moving to the cities was the trend. This is an FSA photo of a Texas sharecropper's shack.

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Chart 3: Manufacturing employment in the United States from 1920-1940[46]
  The New Deal set up numerous agencies to help impoverished farmers, but in the long run moving to the cities was the trend. This is an FSA photo of a Texas sharecropper's shack.
  NRA Blue Eagle
  Conservative critics attacked New Deal policies as "Spend-and-Spend; Tax-and-Tax; Elect-and-Elect".

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Unemployment rate in the US 1910–1960, with the years of the Great Depression (1929–1939) highlighted.
  Anti-relief protest sign, near Davenport, Iowa, 1940, Arthur Rothstein.
  The New Deal was the inspiration for President Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society in 1960s. Johnson (on right) headed the Texas NYA and was elected to Congress in 1938.
  Pumping water by hand from sole water supply in this section of Wilder, Tennessee (Tennessee Valley Authority, 1942)

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  The New Deal set up numerous agencies to help impoverished farmers, but in the long run moving to the cities was the trend. This is an FSA photo of a Texas sharecropper's shack.
  Chart 3: Manufacturing employment in the United States from 1920-1940[46]
  Chart 2: Total employment in the U.S. from 1920-1940, excluding farms and WPA.
  The New Deal set up numerous agencies to help impoverished farmers, but in the long run moving to the cities was the trend. This is an FSA photo of a Texas sharecropper's shack.

Question 5:
The New Deal, New Deal and Square Deal are all:
All pages needing cleanup Article Feedback Pilot United States economic policy United States presidential domestic programs

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Surplus Commodities Program (1936)
  Pumping water by hand from sole water supply in this section of Wilder, Tennessee (Tennessee Valley Authority, 1942)
  Pumping water by hand from sole water supply in this section of Wilder, Tennessee (Tennessee Valley Authority, 1942)
  Anti-relief protest sign, near Davenport, Iowa, 1940, Arthur Rothstein.

Question 7:
The New Deal, New Deal and Laffer curve are all:
Article Feedback Pilot United States economic policy All pages needing cleanup United States presidential domestic programs

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Real National Product in the Great Depression
  Anti-relief protest sign, near Davenport, Iowa, 1940, Arthur Rothstein.
  Real National Product in the Great Depression

Question 9:
The New Deal, Rani Lakshmibai and Revelstoke, British Columbia are all:
Article Feedback Pilot United States economic policy United States presidential domestic programs All pages needing cleanup

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  "Created Equal": Act I Scene 3 "Spirit of 1776": Boston (Federal Theater Project, 1935).
  NRA Blue Eagle
  Real National Product in the Great Depression
  Real National Product in the Great Depression







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