Why did governor eugene talmadge strongly oppose president franklin d. roosevelt's new deal programs? select two.
a.) talmadge opposed programs that benefited african americans.
b.) talmadge opposed limiting executive authority.
c.) talmadge opposed expanding states' rights.
d.) talmadge opposed increasing government spending.
e.) talmadge opposed programs that threatened the environment.

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Reconstruction era gave equal rights to African American as the whites in America.

Explanation:

Slaves became freed after the Civil War in America. Reconstruction Era tried to give the right to African Americans in America. During the Reconstruction period, the rectification of amendment proceeded so that African Americans could live their life with freedom and equal as the whites. Rectification of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments happened that allowed slavery to abolished, the right to vote, and equal rights in the United States for African Americans.

 

Question: President Johnson’s Pardon of 1865 benefited:

Options:

African Americans. Radical Republicans. White Southerners. Lincoln’s supporters.

The correct answer is: White Southerns.

Explanation: The Confederate States of America involved 11 states that seceded from the United States in 1860. It was Led by Jefferson Davis and after going through a crushing defeat in the Civil War, the Confederate States of America ended their existence as such and became once again, part of the US. In the aftermath of the Civil War, President Andrew Johnson issued pardons in 1865 to all Confederate soldiers who fought in that conflict. This of course benefited the white Southerners involved in the Civil War and in the existence of the Confederate States of America (The rebellion,) with the object of erasing the existing rebellion, invite everyone to return to their loyalty, and restore the authority of the United States.

most likely a Gay Marriage. However, they'd probably get legal issues but it ins't impossible. Most gay or lesbian marriage through the world happens everyday.  

Explanation:

Governor Eugene Talmadge strongly opposed President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs as he opposed the programs that benefited African Americans and the ones that proposed an increase in government spending.

Explanation:

Eugene Talmadge is believed to have been a segregationist who was strongly against the idea of granting equal rights and status to the African American citizens. He was against the decision of the national government to increase the spending on the 3 R's of the new deal program that meant recovery, relief, and reform. He argued that that the decision of the national government to spend excessive funds on the program would bear more financial load on the states.

Explanation:

because they paid them to do that

c white southerners

Explanation:

2 Talmadge opposed programs that benefited African Americans.

Talmadge opposed programs that threatened the environment.

Explanation:

Talmadge opposed programs that benefited African Americans and limiting executive authority.

Explanation:

Eugene Talmadge was a powerful politician in Georgia, member of white elite who did not want that civil rights become wider for African Americans. So as a white supremacist, he specifically minded that with New Deal, black and white people would be helped equally. He even fired college professors who were for integration.

Also, he was hostile towards government`s interfering in private business of Georgia, he thought that Georgia should improve its economy by itself. Talmadge considered himself for helper of farmers, but in reality he always favored wealthy class. He opposed several other New Deal`s programs being afraid that national government would become too strong.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs were strongly criticized by Talmadge as he opposed the programs that benefited African Americans and the ones that proposed an increase in government spending.

Explanation:

Being a segregationist who always stood in opposition of giving the African Americans the rights that the white people had, Talmadge was not hailed by many. He stood opposed to the orders dispensed by the national government to increase the spending on the 3 R's of the new deal program that meant recovery, relief, and reform. He stated that the decision of spending more would put extra load on the taxpayers of the nation.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs were strongly criticized by Talmadge as he opposed the programs that benefited African Americans and the ones that proposed an increase in government spending.

Explanation:

Being a segregationist who always stood in opposition of giving the African Americans the rights that the white people had, Talmadge was not hailed by many. He stood opposed to the orders dispensed by the national government to increase the spending on the 3 R's of the new deal program that meant recovery, relief, and reform. He stated that the decision of spending more would put extra load on the taxpayers of the nation.


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