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Week of August 14th 2019
What is the Dust Bowl?
The name of a sports event
A climatic event in the 1930s
An object used in American kitchens
Another name for the Great Depression
Week of August 7th 2019
Which one of the following companies claims to be the first to use television advertising as its dominant mode of advertising?
Ford Motor Company
General Electric
Kellogg’s
Proctor and Gamble
Week of July 30th 2019
Which one of the following set up the first representative assembly in English North America?
Boston, MA
Jamestown, VA
Plymouth, MA
Williamsburg, VA
Week of July 24th 2019
Which U.S. President is credited with the establishment of the Federal Trade Commission?
Thomas Jefferson
Abraham Lincoln
Theodore Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
Week of July 16th 2019
On July 20, 1969, the first man to walk on the Moon was Neil Armstrong, making “one giant leap for Mankind.” Who was the last person to walk on the Moon?
Neil Armstrong
Gene Cernan
Harrison Schmitt
Alan Shepard
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—David Harsanyi, The Federalist
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