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

William E. Leuchtenburg
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


According to "A Sea of Troubles," how many residents of Cleveland go without food or clothing relief during the first six days of 1938? (from A Sea of Troubles)


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)


When discussing Roosevelt's personality, which of the following individuals is the Under Secretary of State and says the President seems to have multiple personalities? (from The New Deal at High Tide)


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)


In the spring of 1934, after the demise of the Civil Works Administration, the Federal Emergency Relief Administration helped how many students attend college? (from One Third of a Nation)

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