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1/3/2021Sophia :: Welcome1/20UNIT 2 — MILESTONE 2Score22/24You passed this Milestone22 questions were answered correctly.2 questions were answered incorrectly.1President Roosevelt introduced a First New Deal and a Second New Deal to overcome the Great Depression. Choose the action that was associated with the Second New Deal.It focused on long-term reform in addition to relief and recovery.The Civilian Conservation Corps was created.The Emergency Banking Act temporarily closed the nation's banks.Roosevelt began delivering weekly "fireside chats."
1/3/2021Sophia :: Welcome2/20RATIONALEThe First New Deal (not the Second) was characterized by legislation to provide immediate unemployment relief and recovery, including theestablishment of the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Federal Emergency Relief Administration.CONCEPTRoosevelt's New Deal 2What was the purpose of Theodore Roosevelt’s “Square Deal?”Use the government to establish the United States as a military power on the world stage.Use the government to ensure big business had the freedom to profit from its efforts.Use the government to create a level playing field for all hardworking Americans.Use the government to address racial violence, inequality and women’s suffrage.CONCEPTTheodore Roosevelt 3Which statement is most likely to have been spoken by Booker T. Washington, reflecting his approach to black equality in the ProgressiveEra?"We will not achieve racial harmony in the United States and therefore we should go to Africa."
1/3/2021Sophia :: Welcome3/20“We as a people must move out of the South and settle in the North where we will have more freedom and opportunity.”"We must work hard to gain the trust and support of our white neighbors."“We must organize and gather our elite to litigate issues and be our spokespeople.”CONCEPTWhat it Means to be a Progressive 4Study the political cartoon published in Puckin 1899:
1/3/2021Sophia :: Welcome4/20All of the following are aspects of U.S. foreign policy during the Progressive Era represented in this political cartoon EXCEPT __________.imperialismdollar diplomacywhite superiorityunilaterialismCONCEPTAmerican Foreign Policy in the Progressive Era 5
1/3/2021Sophia :: Welcome5/20Men stand outside a soup kitchen in Chicago opened by Al Capone in February 1931. 60 million people, including many members of the middle class, were affected by the Great Depression by the end of 1932, and soup lines becamecommon in urban cities.