Hard Times; an Oral History of the Great Depression Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

According to Samuel A. Heller, what did police often do with arraigned people awaiting trial in the 1930's? (from Book 5: Public Servant - The City, Evictions, Arrests and Other Running Sores)

2.

According to Doc Graham, what was the public's attitude toward figures like Machine Gun Kelly and John Dillinger in the 1930's? (from Book 2: Old Families, Member of the Chorus, High Life)

3.

What dubious art did Jerome Zerbe develop in the 1930's? (from Book 2: Old Families, Member of the Chorus, High Life)

4.

Who does Myrna Loy suspect of being the force behind her inability to meet FDR? (from Book 4: Merely Passing Through, Three o'Clock in the Morning, A Cable)

5.

To what biblical figure does Virginia Durr compare herself in her interview? (from Epilogue)

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