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He called for a nationwide banking holiday to eliminate paranoid bank withdrawals, and then commenced on his Three R’s
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With the goal of coming up with an international fix to the Great Depression, the London Conference was set up in 1933
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In the summer of 1933, 66 nations sent delegates to the London Economic Conference. The delegates hoped to organize a coordinated international attack on the global depression
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Ap us history Unit 8 Terms Chapter 34 Francisco FrancoAp us history Unit 8 Terms Chapter 34 Francisco Franco
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