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Capitalism is criticized for creating disparity in wealth distribution. true or false
Capitalism is criticized for creating disparity in wealth distribution. This is TRUE.
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User: The first forms of credit cards were issued in the early 1900s by oil companies and department stores. True or False

User: The first forms of credit cards were issued in the early 1900s by oil companies and department stores. True or False ?

User: Capitalism is criticized for creating disparity in wealth distribution. true or false

Weegy: Capitalism is criticized for creating disparity in wealth distribution. This is TRUE.
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User: The stock market is used as an indicator of how strong a capitalist economy is

User: The stock market is used as an indicator of how strong a capitalist economy is. true or false

User: The stock market crash of 1929 was influenced by unnaturally high stock prices that couldn't be sustained. true or false

Weegy: The stock market crash of 1929 was influenced by unnaturally high stock prices that couldn't be sustained. It is false.
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