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1. In the 1920s the NAACP stuggles for equal justice for balck american by
A. holding militant demonstrations
B. Securing congressional action
C. Forging stronger tires with the Republican Party
D. Filling lawsuits in the courts
-------------------------my answer b??
Because fearing political backlash from the South, Roosevelt did little to support the legistation that might bring civil equality for African American, such as federal antilynching law sponsored by NAACP.

2. The Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC)pumped large sums of money into the nation's economy during the Great Depression.
True or False??
-------------------my answer: True??
Because the RFC lent large sums to railroads, insurance companies, banks, and other financial institutions.

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