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1. Great Depression6   The "bonus marchers" in 1932 were    Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  World War I  veterans who  marched on  Washington to  lobby for  immediate  cash payments  of their  veterans'  bonuses.  100%       2.  farmers who  threatened to  dump milk and  other  agricultural  products if they  did not receive  a government  bonus for not  producing farm  surpluses.       3.  trade unionists  who marched  on Washington  when  industrialists  refused to pay  the bonuses  stipulated in  union  contracts.       4.  young people  who marched  in the Civilian  Conservation  Corps.      
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  Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 5.  both farmers  who threatened  to dump milk  and other  agricultural  products if they  did not receive  a government  bonus for not  producing farm  surpluses and  trade unionists  who marched  on Washington  when  industrialists  refused to pay  the bonuses  stipulated in  union  contracts.   
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