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As urban workers experienced growing wealth in the 1920s, farmers A. saw their incomes decline and debt grow. B. saw their incomes grow faster than those of industrial workers. bC. egan to charge
significantly higher prices for their crops. D. began to unionize in hopes of earning higher wages.
D. began to unionize in hopes of earning higher wages.
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User: As urban workers experienced growing wealth in the 1920s, farmers A. saw their incomes decline and debt grow. B. saw their incomes grow faster than those of industrial workers. bC. egan to charge significantly higher prices for their crops. D. began to unionize in hopes of earning higher wages.

Weegy: D. began to unionize in hopes of earning higher wages.
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