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Which of the following is a way farmers attempted to increase the price of agricultural products during the Great Depression? A. Using new genetically altered seeds B. Agreeing to voluntarily go out of business C. Forming a farmers union D. Destroying agricultural products
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Destroying agricultural products is a way farmers attempted to increase the price of agricultural products during the Great Depression.
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