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Which of the following was not one of the effects of Ford's assembly-line production methods? Wages increased for employees. Automobiles became cheaper to make. Automobiles became cheaper to
buy. People were replaced by machines.
The answer is Wages increased for employees.
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User: Which of the following benefit from Social Security? people who paid into the system and are now retired folks who have become disabled people who have never been part of the workforce employees who currently are part of the normal workforce

User: Which of the following was not one of the effects of Ford's assembly-line production methods? Wages increased for employees. Automobiles became cheaper to make. Automobiles became cheaper to buy. People were replaced by machines.

Weegy: The answer is Wages increased for employees.
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