Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1940 Quiz

William E. Leuchtenburg
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Which of the following individuals comments toward the end of "A Sea of Troubles" that the "old Roosevelt magic has lost its kick"? (from A Sea of Troubles)

2.

In the summer of 1934 the Industrial Association decides to break a strike using force in which of the following port cities? (from Waiting for Lefty)

3.

During the review of Roosevelt's Presidency, Leuchtenburg notes that how many trees were planted as a windbreak under Roosevelt? (from The Roosevelt Reconstruction: Retrospect)

4.

The 1935 Banking Act aims to bring all large state banks under the jurisdiction of the Federal Reserve Board by requiring them to join the Federal Reserve System by what year? (from The Second Hundred Days)

5.

In his review of Roosevelt's Presidency, Leuchtenburg mentions that which of the following executive orders went almost completely unnoticed but allowed the presidency to modernize? (from The Roosevelt Reconstruction: Retrospect)

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