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

William E. Leuchtenburg
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


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)


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)


After founding his political organization, in which of the following states does Huey Long successfully rally a crowd of farmers in the spring of 1935? (from Waiting for Lefty)


In which of the following cities does the American Federation of Labor hold its 1934 convention? (from Waiting for Lefty)


During the labor riots in Minneapolis in 1934, city truck drivers are lead by Vincent Raymond Dunne. By what age had that person first become a teamster? (from Waiting for Lefty)

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