Hard Times; an Oral History of the Great Depression Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

According to historian Christopher Lasch, what was never a serious possibility in the Depression? (from Book 3: Scarlet Banners and Novenas, The Doctor, Huey and Mr. Smith, The Circuit Rider, The Gentleman from Kansas, A View of the Woods, Campus Life)

2.

To whom did Myrna Loy send her infamous wire? (from Book 4: Merely Passing Through, Three o'Clock in the Morning, A Cable)

3.

In whose administration was David Kennedy the Secretary of the Treasury? (from Book 3: Concerning the New Deal, An Unreconstructed Populist, Peroration)

4.

Of what does Virginia Durr say the Depression cured her? (from Epilogue)

5.

What does Emma Tiller say in her interview is as important as money? (from Book 5: Honor and Humiliation, Strive and Succeed)

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