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Chapter 32 RGII - The reason for the protest was to gain...

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Ryan Stevens January 9, 2006 AP US History Block 1 Chapter 32 Part II Agricultural Marketing Act- Federal Farm Board- Overproduction- This is a term that refers to economics and the excess of supply is being produced despite the demand. This results in a accumulation of the supply. Overspeculation- Muscle Shoals Bill- Reconstruction Finance Corporation- Norris-La Guardia Anti-Injunction Act- "Bonus Expeditionary Force"- Also known as the Bonus Army or Bonus March, this was a gathering of about 20,000 World War I veterans and their families who protested in
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Unformatted text preview: The reason for the protest was to gain payment granted by the Adjusted Service Certificate law of 1924. Stimson Doctrine- This was a policy that was enunciated on January 7, 1932 to Japan and China. This note told Japan and China that the United States would not recognize the international territorial changes. Good Neighbor Policy- This was a policy of the United States Administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt during the time of 1933- 1945. The policy was in reference to Latin America and how the US and Latin America would remain “good neighbors”....
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