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HISTORY 1120 EXAM II ESSAYS INSTRUCTIONS: After completing the fifty objective questions,- you may write an essay answering one of the questions below. The question on which you write will be selected through a random drawing at the beginning of class. In preparation, you may write anything you wish on this sheet of paper (but only this sheet) and use it to help you construct your essay during the test. Those notes, however, may not be used on the objective portion of the exam. Your essay may not include sentences or statements directly copied from the textbook or any other source. Doing so constitutes plagiarism and will result in a zero on the examination. Use your
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Unformatted text preview: own words. If you choose to complete the essay, it will count fifty percent of your exam score. 1.On December 8, 1941, the Roosevelt Administration faced the task of mobilizing the American economy for total war. What problems did mobilization involve and how were those problems solved?. 2.Assess Woodrow Wilson's effectiveness in foreign policy. 3.How did New Dealers attack the following crises in 1933? The Banking Crisis, The Foreclosure Crisis, The Unemployment Crisis, The Crisis in the Construction Industry. 4.Describe the programs of the "second" New Deal (1935-1938). 5.Why is 1919 often called the year of fear?...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HIST 1120 taught by Professor Grigg during the Spring '08 term at UNO.

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