What was one short-term effect of the Emergency Banking Act?
Roosevelt declared a bank holiday.
Commercial and investment banking were split.
Banks began to fail because of ongoing bank runs.
People stopped rushing to banks to withdraw all their savings.
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The Emergency Banking Act only had short term effects because it closed banks and then reopened them when they could be financially secure.
A short term effect of it is that people would leave their money in the banks.