How were minorities at a disadvantage during the Great Depression?
A) They were often the first to have their hours or jobs cut.
B) They did not have access to savings accounts.
C) They had limited skills compared to other workers.
D) They were not given loans from the Federal Farm Board.
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He embraced Buddhism after witnessing the mass deaths of the Kalinga War, which he himself had waged out of a desire for conquest. "Ashoka reflected on the war in Kalinga, which reportedly had resulted in more than 100,000 deaths and 150,000 deportations." Ashoka converted gradually to Buddhism beginning about 263 BCE. He was later dedicated to the propagation of Buddhism across Asia, and established monuments marking several significant sites in the life of Gautama Buddha. "Ashoka regarded Buddhism as a doctrine that could serve as a cultural foundation for political unity." Ashoka is now remembered as a philanthropic administrator. In the Kalinga edicts, he addresses his people as his "children", and mentions that as a father he desires their good.
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i would say the answer is D have anymore questions
yes, but not about this question in particular. Thank you by the way for helping me on this one :)
heres the next one if you want to help me with this one. When it comes to this kind of point in history I don't click easily to it.
What happened when the Federal Reserve limited the money supply?
A) The slow release of money kept the value of the US dollar high.
B) The limited access to currency stifled business growth.
C) The value of stocks slowly recovered with the tight-fisted policy.
D) More money went into business rather than into the stock market.
I believe it is A?
More money went into business rather than into the stock market.
so..... the answer D
again XD. Thank you Nathan! I feel like I could have thought of that but at the same time it's so hot where I am at I feel like I am going to die XD