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One long-range effect of the Great Depression was that many people A. became risk takers in the stock market. B. grew to like President Hoover. C. developed habits of saving and thriftiness. D. came to believe in small government.
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User: One long-range effect of the Great Depression was that many people A. became risk takers in the stock market. B. grew to like President Hoover. C. developed habits of saving and thriftiness. D. came to believe in small government.

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One long range effect of the Great Depression was that many people: Developed habits of saving and thriftiness.
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