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Q: Which was a result of the boom in the automobile industry? a. The tourist industry declined. b. New roads were built. c. Gasoline had to be rationed. d. Workers in Ford plants received low
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A: New roads were built was a result of the boom in the automobile industry.
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User: Which was a result of the boom in the automobile industry? a. The tourist industry declined. b. New roads were built. c. Gasoline had to be rationed. d. Workers in Ford plants received low wages.

Weegy: New roads were built was a result of the boom in the automobile industry.
jeifunk|Points 10989|

User: The industry that did the most to boost other industries in the 1920s was a. aviation. b. oil refining. c. automobile making. d. steel production.

Weegy: The industry that did the most to boost other industries in the 1920s was c. [ automobile making ]
biank1989|Points 148|

User: Productivity, a worker’s level of output over a given period, rose during the 1920s because of a. new resources. b. new management methods. c. new technologies. d. all of the above.

Weegy: d. all of the above
kichuachu|Points 1|

User: The economy grew in the 1920s as consumers a. carefully conserved electricity. b. invested most of their money in government bonds. c. learned to ignore advertisements. d. began to buy goods on credit.

User: The consumer economy was dependent upon this method of purchasing products during the 1920s in America. a. subsidies by the government c. full payment up front b. buying on credit d. barter

Weegy: b. buying on credit
Amtid09|Points 190|

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