anonymous
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Which of these was a long-term effect of the New Deal on the United States? The federal government began to employ regular Americans for the first time. Americans rely on the federal government for a social safety net. Average citizens developed a great distrust of federal government programs. Labor unions have steadily lost power since the passage of New Deal reforms.
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anonymous
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Is this a question from Connections Academy?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes. It is on my study guide for my Mid-Term. I am trying to make sure I've gotten the right answers so I do good on my test :)
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Which unit and lesson is this?

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The second, I suppose, if you include Social Security among the results of the New Deal.
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It was a file my teacher sent out. and thank you carl pham! It is in Unit 4
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B is the correct answer :)

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