The New Deal's Legacy Quiz

How did the role of the federal government change during the New Deal?

The power given to state government's exceeded national power.

The government accepted accountability for the nation's economic stability.

The federal government decreased spending to avoid national debt.

The president advocated a decreased role of the federal government.

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  1. I think it is "A"

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  2. Nvm i think its "B"

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  3. r u sure?

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  4. can someone help?

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  5. XD addison

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  6. It's B. I just took the test.

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