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17. In the presidential election of 1936: a. African Americans voted overwhelmingly Republican for the first time since Reconstruc- tion b. Republicans won most of the western farm vote and almost upset Roosevelt c. Republicans hoped that third-party candidates might split the Democratic vote and throw the election to them d. Socialist and Communist candidates together received over 2 million votes e. Roosevelt’s illness put vice-presidential candidate Harry Truman in the spotlight ANS: C REF: Page 1113 OBJ: Applied
TOP: Republicans nominated Alfred M. Landon (VII.B) 18. Roosevelt’s court-packing scheme became unnecessary when: REF: Page 1113 OBJ: Applied
TOP: Court packing became unnecessary (VIII.D) 19. The “sit-down strike” was used successfully in 1937 by: REF: Page 1117 OBJ: Factual TOP: The CIO (IX.C)
20. Labor’s new direction in the late 1930s was toward: REF: Page 1116 OBJ: Factual TOP: Industrial unions (IX.B)
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21. The 1937 economic slump was caused in part by: a. a sharp decrease in government spending b. a sharp rise in private spending c. the huge government deficit d. the repeal of the Revenue Act of 1935 e. the announcement that Social Security payroll taxes would be postponed ANS: A REF: Page 1118 OBJ: Applied TOP: Reasons for slump (X.B)
22. By the end of 1937, which group had coalesced against the New Deal? REF: Page 1120 OBJ: Factual
TOP: FDR and the Democratic party (XII.A) 23. In the elections of 1938: REF: Page 1121 OBJ: Factual
TOP: FDR and the Democratic party (XII.A)

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