AP U.S. History 3.3 Period 7: 1890–1945

AP U.S. History 3.3 Period 7: 1890–1945. The excerpt most directly reflects which of the following goals for America?

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AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 7: 1890–1945
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and remove the policies running his reputation herself A booth

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mark facilities on this What All right enough of that

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Well the excerpt most directly reflects which of the following

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goals for america and hear your potential answers right job

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cover Well the country's goals were generally a bit different

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than the goals of an individual like the us never

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wanted to be an astronaut when it was little So

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what national goal was roosevelt talking about here Start checking

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out deep limiting the scope of the dramatic change that

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accompanied new legislation Maybe not The new deal did some

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pretty radical things and for that reason it had its

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congressional opponents who definitely wanted to limit the scope of

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those drastic changes However rose about begins by saying i

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feel very that the people of this country understand with

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the proof the broad services behind these news about mental

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qualities which sounds a lot like roosevelt and his new

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deal team were playing at home so it doesn't look

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like d is right How bout a Well according to

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the excerpt there's a state of abundance i either more

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stuff than people can possibly buy even if they're doing

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some pretty heavy duty Couponing it's true that some new

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deal programs targeted the root Causes of the recession but

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let's face it Politicians air usually less concerned about the

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past and more concerned about the present so a probably

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isn't right What about b Well the new deal legislation

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did seek to provide jobs and economic relief to the

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poor which sounds a bit more like fix things in

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the now kind of playing However neither the root causes

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of the recession or jobs and economic relief are specifically

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mentioned in our excerpt And if they're not rearing their

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ugly heads we probably need to keep looking Which brings

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us to see our excerpt talks about agriculture industry products

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consumption surpluses sales prices and a wealth of other terms

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that fall directly within the field of economics So yeah

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the new deal addressed a wide variety of issues but

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the common goal the programs enacted between nineteen thirty three

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nineteen thirty six was to see recover and reform the

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american economy and prevent another great depression from ever happening

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