Great Depression

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Alvina CaveAlvina Cave Staff asked 4 years ago

When the New Deal’s ‘Hundred Days’ were over and Congress recessed in June 1933, what progress, if any, had been made toward emerging from the Great Depression?

1) The economy continued to plummet.

2) Strong signs of economic revival had begun to appear.

3) An impression of action had been created, but despite a slight upturn the economy had not been turned around.

4) The mass of “alphabet soup agencies” created in Washington frightened and outraged the public.

 

1 Answers
Anna Cave Staff answered 4 years ago

When the New Deal’s ‘Hundred Days’ were over and Congress recessed in June 1933, what progress, if any, had been made toward emerging from the Great Depression?
solution:
3) An impression of action had been created, but despite a slight upturn the economy had not been turned around.