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Why was the Federal Reserve Act created?
Unify the United States under the Gold Standard.
Unify the United States under the Silver Standard.
It was created after the Great Depression to help avoid future depressions.
Response to a banking crisis from the early 1900's resulting from pyramid reserves.
The treasury department asked to be relieved from money supply issues during prohibition so it could focus on tax evasion.