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What happened to unemployment and wages during the Great Depression? a. There were decreases in unemployment and decreases in wages. c. There were decreases in unemployment and increases in
wages. b. There were large increases in unemployment and large decreases in wages. d. None of the above.
There were large increases in unemployment and large decreases in wages.
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