All of the following statements regarding the 1932 “Bonus Army” are true EXCEPT that Hoover called some marchers’ behavior evidence of uncontrolled violence and radicalism. several thousand American veterans camped out in Washington, D.C. Congress refused to formally consider the demands of the “Army.” many Americans viewed President Hoover as unsympathetic to the veterans. the “Army” demanded Congress create relief programs for World War I veterans.

All of the following statements regarding the 1932 “Bonus Army” are true EXCEPT that

Hoover called some marchers’ behavior evidence of uncontrolled violence and radicalism.

several thousand American veterans camped out in Washington, D.C.

Congress refused to formally consider the demands of the “Army.”

many Americans viewed President Hoover as unsympathetic to the veterans.

the “Army” demanded Congress create relief programs for World War I veterans.

 
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