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Which of the following was not one of the main problems that farmers faced in the late 19th century? (Points : 1) Expansion of the country Increased number of farms Transportation technologies Abundant food
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Who or what was Jim Crow? (Points : 1) A southern politician A method to disenfranchise A Native American chief A strategy for civil rights
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