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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
Weegy: Abundant food User: In the midst of this depression and massive unemployment, the nation elected a new president in 1896. In many ways the election was a referendum on: (Points : 1) the silver question. the gold question. the immigrant question. the agrarian question. Weegy: The presidential election of 1896 was a great national referendum on the gold standard. The Democratic Party had been captured, at its 1896 convention, by the Populist, ultra-inflationist, anti-gold forces, headed by William Jennings Bryan. [ The older Democrats, who had been fiercely devoted to hard money and the gold standard, either stayed home on election day or voted, for the first time in their lives, for the hated Republicans. The Republicans had long been the party of prohibition and of greenback inflation and opposition to gold. But since the early 1890s, the Rockefeller forces, dominant in their home state of Ohio and nationally in the Republican Party, had decided to quietly ditch prohibition as a political embarrassment and as a grave deterrent to obtaining votes from the increasingly powerful bloc of German-American voters. ] User: what year did the United States reach a milestone in which more people lived in urban areas than farms? (Points : 1) 1910 1915 1920 1925 Weegy: Year did the United States reach a milestone in which more people lived in urban areas than farms is, 1920. (More)
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