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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The Roosevelt Reconstruction: Retrospect.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As "Over the Top" concludes, Leuchtenburg reports that by the spring of 1934 there were twice as many men working as the year before in which city?
(b) St. Louis.
(c) New York.
(d) Des Moines.
2. Which of the following individuals notes in the opening of "Stalemate" that the Democratic party is hopelessly divided?
(a) Carter Glass.
(b) Harry Byrd.
(c) Maury Maverick.
(d) Josiah Bailey.
3. Which of the following individuals is a member of the "Brain Trust" and continues to serve as an adviser after the 1932 election, when that group disbands?
(a) Basil O'Connor.
(b) Samuel Rosenman.
(c) James Kieran.
(d) Raymond Moley.
4. "The Politics of Hard Times" reports that as the party in power, which political party faced almost certain defeat in the 1932 election?
5. Which of the following candidates has the powerful support of publisher William Randolph Hearst during the 1932 Presidential primary race?
(a) J. Hamilton Lewis.
(b) John Nance Garner.
(c) William McAdoo.
(d) Melvin J. Traylor.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following individuals proposes the non-recognition solution to Manchuria in January 1932?
2. When discussing Roosevelt's disability, Leuchtenburg mentions that the President has been unable to walk unassisted since which year?
3. In "The Second Hundred Days" Leuchtenburg notes that because of the Rural Electrification Administration, for every 10 American farms how many have electricity by 1950?
4. As "A Farewell to Arms" opens, which of the following Senators states that the League of Nations is "nothing more than a cog in the military machine of Europe"?
5. As "The Fascist Challenge" opens, Leuchtenburg mentions that which of the following individuals is the civil liberty suppressing mayor of Jersey City?
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