Hard Times; an Oral History of the Great Depression Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

According to Gardiner Means, what ended with the Depression? (from Book 3: Concerning the New Deal, An Unreconstructed Populist, Peroration)

2.

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)

3.

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)

4.

Where does the sit in of Three Strikes take place? (from Book 1: Bonnie Laboring Boy, Three Strikes)

5.

Where does Reed's father want Reed to go for his post-graduate vacation? (from Epilogue)

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