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According to the business cycle, a downturn in one industry is inevitable, but should have little effect on the rest of the economy.
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User: According to the business cycle, a downturn in one industry is inevitable, but should have little effect on the rest of the economy.

Weegy: According to the business cycle, a downturn in one industry is inevitable, but should have little effect on the rest of the economy. True. [ The amount of investment spending in the economy is determined by interest rates and business' inflationary expectations. ]
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Weegy: The steam powered automobile was not a transportation innovation of the Industrial Revolution
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User: Many governments in Northern and Western Europe were influenced by _________. a. Marxism c. Utopian Socialism b. Democratic Socialism d. Communism

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Weegy: During industrialization, smaller businesses struggled to compete with large corporations because small businesses b. could not implement the cost cutting measures used by the large corporations.
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User: Children of the middle class often a. worked in their parent’s factory. c. went to labor classes. b. worked in mines. d. went to school.

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Children of the middle class often went to school.
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