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4. The Centennial Exhibition was meant to show off America as an industrial power to the rest of the world. True False
The Centennial Exhibition was meant to show off America as an industrial power to the rest of the world. TRUE.
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The Centennial Exhibition was meant to show off America as an industrial power to the rest of the world. TRUE.
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