← Social Science Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- two and a half times
- the employment of married women
- Customers rush to the bank to withdraw their savings, either in gold or in notes not issued by their home bank.
- stagnation theorists
- adherence to the principles of white supremacy, racial segregation, and a plantation economy
- a By 1931, how much larger was the unemployment rate for black women compared to that of white women?
- b What happens in a "bank panic"?
- c What was implied by the term "Jim Crow South"?
- d In the late 1930s, what was the popular talk about "pin money" meant to discourage?
- e What name is given to the theorists who attribute the crisis of the 1930s to a lack of economic vibrancy caused by fundamental barriers to growth?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- American exports account for _____ percent of GDP in the early 1930s.
- For which European country did Herbert Hoover organize food relief during World War I?
- Which amendment to the US Constitution prohibited the sale and distribution of alcohol nationwhide?
- According to Harper's Magazine, by the end of the 1920s who had been added to Wall Street's "hard-boiled knights"?
- Which two factors changed the American perspective on youth and fostered a "youth culture"?
5 True/False Questions
Real Estate Advertisements → What made the 504-page Miami Daily News the largest newspaper issue in history?
postage stamp → Economists who believe that deflation results from a decline in the stock of money are called
Collapse of the stock and financial markets → What is the focus of most short-run causation theories for the Great Depression?
John Kenneth Galbraith → Which 1950s economist blamed interference in the unregulated market for the Great Crash?
MGM → American exports account for _____ percent of GDP in the early 1930s.