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This passage is adapted from a "fireside chat" given on May 7, 1933, by Franklin Roosevelt. Roosevelt gave these addresses to the American public over the new technology of radio. The "chats," as the name implies, were intended as simplified versions and explanations of the challenges facing the country at that time.
1. Roosevelt's primary purpose in this speech is to
2. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
3. As used in line 13, "by inches" most nearly means
4. Based on the information in lines 12-20, Roosevelt believes that the "national institutions" are
5. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
6. In lines 26-27, what is the most likely reason that Roosevelt refers to a "condition and not a theory"?
7. In lines 28-33, Roosevelt makes a distinction between
8. Based on the information in the fourth paragraph (lines 28-52), the economic situation in the United States has improved in all of the following ways EXCEPT
9. As used in line 41, "providence" most nearly means
10. Which of the following gives accurate information based on the graph?
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