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Congress supported construction of the transcontinental railroad by A. paying the costs of construction. B. providing loans and land grants. C. paying for the development of faster steam engines. D. bringing laborers from China to work for low wages.
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Congress supported construction of the transcontinental railroad by A. paying the costs of construction. B. providing loans and land grants. C. paying for the development of faster steam engines. D. bringing laborers from China to work for low wages.
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