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Which statement best describes the main idea of paragraph 5, which begins “For Wilson,” in "How We Entered World War I"?
The economy of the United States improved greatly after the ban on trade was removed, best describes the main idea of paragraph 5, which begins “For Wilson,” in "How We Entered World War I"
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The economy of the United States improved greatly after the ban on trade was removed, best describes the main idea of paragraph 5, which begins “For Wilson,” in "How We Entered World War I"
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The economy of the United States improved greatly after the ban on trade was removed, best describes the main idea of paragraph 5, which begins “For Wilson,” in "How We Entered World War I"
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