Investigate companies and issue “cease and desist” orders against companies engaging in unfair trade practices.
Regulate the economy by raising and lowering interest rates in hopes of avoiding economic crises.
Regulate the establishment and collection of individual and corporate income tax.
Investigate the accounting procedures used by companies.
Over-investment by U.S. banks in foreign companies throughout the 1920s.
Under-production of both factory and farm goods in the United States throughout the 1920s.
Maintenance of low interest rates by the Federal Reserve Board, which encouraged speculation throughout the 1920s.
Lack of consumer credit available to Americans throughout the 1920s.
Economic depression, unchecked Bull market, unwise New Deal policies.
Natural disasters, unwise agricultural practices, economic depression.
Unwise New Deal policies, natural disasters, prejudice.
The unchecked Bull market, unwise agricultural practices, economic depression.
The New Deal programs enabled the U.S. to recover from the Depression and laid much of today’s infrastructure.
The New Deal programs had no effect on the U.S.’s recovery from the Depression but laid much of today’s infrastructure.
The New Deal programs enabled the U.S. to recover from the Depression but had little impact on today’s infrastructure.
The New Deal programs neither enabled the U.S. to recover from the Depression nor had any impact on today’s infrastructure.
The 1935 National Labor Relations Act, which guaranteed workers the right to organize, led to a series of strikes.
By 1900 the majority of non-agricultural workers in the United States belonged to strong, organized labor unions.
During President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administrations and the implementation of the First and Second New Deals there was little labor unrest in the United States.
Most early labor unions embraced women workers.
The United States was already at war with Germany.
The United States was sending much needed aid to Great Britain.
The United States was following a strictly Isolationist policy.
The United States had entered into a Non-Aggression Pact with the Soviet Union.
The South Pacific
The North Atlantic
After Germany invaded Poland.
While campaigning for a third term in office.
After winning his third presidential campaign.
After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
To draw U.S. military forces away from the European theater of war.
As revenge for the sinking of the Reuben James.
To prepare for an invasion of California.
To cripple the U.S. Pacific fleet, which could hamper their aggression in Southeast Asia.
The zoot suit riots
Internment of Japanese Americans
1943 Detroit riots
All of the above
Aircraft carriers and amphtrac vehicles.
Jet engines and troop-transport ships.
Machine guns and telegraphs.
Machine guns and penicillin.
An unwavering hatred of the Japanese.
A desire to avenge the attack on Pearl Harbor.
A desire to spare the lives of Japanese civilians.
A desire to spare the lives of U.S. servicemen.