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Which of the following was not a reason that women and children were preferred in the factories? a. They were difficult to replace. c. They complained less. b. They were paid less. d. They worked
longer hours. A B C D
They worked longer hours was not a reason that women and children were preferred in the factories.
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User: Which of the following was not a reason that women and children were preferred in the factories? a. They were difficult to replace. c. They complained less. b. They were paid less. d. They worked longer hours. A B C D

Weegy: They worked longer hours was not a reason that women and children were preferred in the factories.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 2155|

User: According to the business cycle, a downturn in one industry is inevitable, but should have little effect on the rest of the economy.

Weegy: According to the business cycle, a downturn in one industry is inevitable, but should have little effect on the rest of the economy. This is TRUE.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 2155|

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