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During the 1920s, how much did the income of the wealthiest one percent grow? A. 50 percent B. 75 percent C. 25 percent D. 100 percent
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User: During the 1920s, how much did the income of the wealthiest one percent grow? A. 50 percent B. 75 percent C. 25 percent D. 100 percent

Weegy: B. 75 percent
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User: Which was not a reason Americans were buying fewer products by the late 1920s? A. Overbuying with credit B. Stagnant wages C. Falling prices D. Unbalanced income distribution

Weegy: D. Unbalanced income distribution
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