3. Why did Americans enjoy escapist films in the 1930s?
Movies provided relief from the everyday problems of the Great Depression.
Many films such as The Public Enemy reflected the public’s distrust of big business and government.
People were bored with radio entertainment.
Escapist films reflected the world in a realistic way.
4. The Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 prohibited
Native Americans from receiving Social Security.
government from further dividing Native American land.
tribes from governing their lands.
people from grazing their sheep.
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5. Critics disapproved of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) because it (1 point)
distributed money to people outside the Tennessee Valley.
gave government direct control of a business.
paid farmers to kill off excess livestock.
built dams to control flood waters.
B, gave governemtn direct contrl of a buisiness.
Now days it is run without government intervention, and maked 11 billon dollars in the sale of there electrisoty produced by the hydro powered dams. :D
It didnt distribut money,
it didnt kill livestock, (stuipd idea!)
and it was GOOD that is built dams, that was the WHOLE point of the TVA! :D