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    (Original post by historykatie)
    I mean like the previous question 1; why harding was elected in 1920 it overlaps as its in section 2 of the aqa revision book. As normally the question 1 is in regards to section 1 in the book. But to your quote no you're right however the repeal of the 18th amemdment did mean government got tax from alcohol, money in government funding to go towards for example the FHA.. So yes yes I can see it


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    Was the FHA an important Alphabet Agency? Never heard of it until just now
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    No really important it wa the fereral housing administration passed in 1934 it was gov funding to help people keep up their morgage payments there's so many haha! I only remember a few but it was in his relief and recovery schemes

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    (Original post by historykatie)
    No really important it wa the fereral housing administration passed in 1934 it was gov funding to help people keep up their morgage payments there's so many haha! I only remember a few but it was in his relief and recovery schemes

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    so you are saying new deal and prohibition could crossover?

    What do you do for Unit 2 ?
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    I'm doing this to! so not looking forward to it!
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    (Original post by abbythesmall)
    I'm doing this to! so not looking forward to it!
    Can't wait for it to be over !!
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    (Original post by Xx4L3x)
    so you are saying new deal and prohibition could crossover?

    What do you do for Unit 2 ?
    No no not in the exam there not going to put them together completely diffrent sections.. Just thinking deep haha but the repeal of the amentment eg end to prohibition (1933) is in the same time era as the new deal. So could be a question why did prohibition end. 4 factors could be one of them
    Unit 2 henry 8th sruggle for supremacy.. fun fun.. What about you?

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    my unit 2 is Britain : new liberals! With is super exciting...

    Prohibition would be good!
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    Sitting this on Tuesday also
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    Anyone doing Chairman Mao for Unit 2?
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    (Original post by historykatie)
    No no not in the exam there not going to put them together completely diffrent sections.. Just thinking deep haha but the repeal of the amentment eg end to prohibition (1933) is in the same time era as the new deal. So could be a question why did prohibition end. 4 factors could be one of them
    Unit 2 henry 8th sruggle for supremacy.. fun fun.. What about you?

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    Was the New Deal a factor for the end of Prohibition? How?

    For Unit 2 I do The Reign of Peter the Great of Russia, 1682–1725
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    (Original post by Xx4L3x)
    Was the New Deal a factor for the end of Prohibition? How?

    For Unit 2 I do The Reign of Peter the Great of Russia, 1682–1725
    You could probably argue that the government made money from taxing alcohol, would've helped economy. Producing grains for alcohol would've helped the struggling farmers out, etc.

    Sorry to jump in
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    Thought of some possible questions:

    Q1A. Explain why Wilson won the election of 1912.
    Q1B. How successful was Wilson's foreign policy in the years 1914-1920?

    Q2A. Explain why the KKK declined in the 1920s.
    Q2B. How important was technology in shaping the 1920s?

    Q3A. Explain why Japan attacked the USA in 1941.
    Q2B. How important was World War II in stabilising the American economy in the years 1939-1945?
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    (Original post by Phil Dunphy)
    You could probably argue that the government made money from taxing alcohol, would've helped economy. Producing grains for alcohol would've helped the struggling farmers out, etc.

    Sorry to jump in
    I couldn't of said it better
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    (Original post by Phil Dunphy)
    Thought of some possible questions:

    Q1A. Explain why Wilson won the election of 1912.
    Q1B. How successful was Wilson's foreign policy in the years 1914-1920?

    Q2A. Explain why the KKK declined in the 1920s.
    Q2B. How important was technology in shaping the 1920s?

    Q3A. Explain why Japan attacked the USA in 1941.
    Q2B. How important was World War II in stabilising the American economy in the years 1939-1945?


    Why did Wilson win the 1912 election :sss
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    because he ran for president . I don't know this is where i panic as i realize how much i don't know
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    (Original post by abbythesmall)
    because he ran for president . I don't know this is where i panic as i realize how much i don't know


    Haha yeah I know !! I wouldn't know how to answer that... 3 different reasons anyone?
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    (Original post by Xx4L3x)
    Haha yeah I know !! I wouldn't know how to answer that... 3 different reasons anyone?
    1. TR running for the Progressive party split the vote.

    I only know that. But discovered: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/in...1153910AAu7YWS
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    (Original post by Xx4L3x)
    Why did Wilson win the 1912 election :sss
    Could you send me those resources?
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    (Original post by Phil Dunphy)
    Could you send me those resources?
    NO
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    (Original post by Phil Dunphy)
    Could you send me those resources?
    lmao yes ofc
 
 
 
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