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Which of the following was a cause of the ecological disaster known as the Dust Bowl? A. A flood in California B. A massive earthquake that loosened the topsoil C. The plowing under of native grasses that kept topsoil in place D. Excessive rainfall that year
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The plowing under of native grasses that kept topsoil in place was a cause of the ecological disaster known as the Dust Bowl.
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Which of the following was an advantage held by the North during the Civil War? A. Northern whites believed in the cause of ending slavery. B. The North had more natural resources. C. The North was fighting to defend itself. D. The North had superior military leaders.
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Southern cotton industry had a hard time recovering after the Civil War was because Foreign competition drove the price of cotton down.
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Which of the following was a belief held by Progressive reformers? A. Big businesses should be regulated by government to help small businesses. B. The spoils system was a great way to run government. C. Regulations weren't needed to run an efficient economy. D. America should take new territorzy from Mexico.
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