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32. How did Franklin Roosevelt's fireside chats affect the American people during the Depression and the beginning of World War II? (Points : 3) They created a sense of distrust that improvements were all talk and no action. They caused people to simply wait for the government to resolve their problems. They raised their confidence that things would improve. They reduced peoples' belief that Congress would take appropriate actions. 33. What was the name for Franklin Roosevelt's agenda for solving the problems of the Great Depression? (Points : 3) the Good Deal the New Agenda the New Deal the Government Operating Plan 34. Which agency was not created during Roosevelt's New Deal? (Points : 3) Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Department of Housing and Urban Development Social Security Administration Tennessee Valley Authority 35. What were the main goals of Roosevelt's New Deal legislation? (Points : 3) new institutions and buyouts of investments unemployment insurance and stabilization of the international economy relief, recovery, and reform assistance for the poor and recovery for the rich 36. How did the leadership of many European governments change during the 1930s? (Points : 3) Fascist dictators assumed power. Leaders paid down debt but incurred deficits. New leaders asserted the importance of democracy. Kings regained control in war-torn areas. 37. How did some European leaders contribute to the start of World War II? (Points : 3) They developed new weapons that the military was anxious to use. They raised taxes to such an extent that people were not able to pay them. They invaded other countries without provocation in order to add territory. They tortured World War I prisoners of war and refused to release them. 38. Why did the United States finally enter World War II? (Points : 3) Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. Germany invaded Poland. Italy took territory in Ethiopia. The Soviet Union refused to pay back debts it owed. 39. What U.S. policies violated the constitutional rights of some citizens during World War II? (Points : 3) arresting protesters who wanted to voice concerns about the cost of the war preventing Movietone News from showing casualties being returned home tapping the phones of suspected communists without warrants internment and detention of Japanese citizens in camps 40. How did women play a role in World War II? (Points : 3) by enlisting in the military and working in civilian jobs that had typically been held by men by running for political offices that men were unavailable to fill by starting a letter writing campaign to servicemen by producing inspirational radio programs that were broadcast to GIs 41. Following World War II, Stalin refused to remove Soviet troops from Eastern Europe. This unofficially signaled (Points : 3) the beginning of the Cold War. the first challenge for the United Nations. the power of the Soviet Union over the other Allies. the strength of the German military forcing additional Soviet attention. 42. What policy toward communism did diplomat George F. Kennan recommend? (Points : 3) collective action massive retaliation appeasement containment 43. What was the original purpose of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), formed in 1949? (Points : 3) to more accurately map all of Europe, Asia, and Africa to protect member countries to create a group that would monitor the detonation of atomic bombs to provide a unified training program for future military action to form a bloc of western nations to defend against Soviet aggression 44. What June 1950 action caused the United Nations to respond with military action? (Points : 3) North Korea invaded South Korea. China invaded North Korea. Japan invaded South Korea. The Soviet Union invaded North Korea.

Asked By: Laila - 5/29/2012
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32. They raised their confidence that things would improve... More
Answered By: Bipolar Bear - 5/30/2012
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http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090611211633AAP6bIC and http://histclo.com/essay/war/dep/cou/us/dcus-fsc.html shud help.
Answered By: J - 5/29/2012
 
I will help with 4. You can google most answers 33. New Deal 39. Holding Japanese Americans in internment camps (these people were American citizens.) 40. Working in jobs held by men (the men were fighting) 44. North Korea invaded South Korea 38 look up Dec 7 1941
Answered By: jadamgrd - 5/29/2012
 
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