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Which statement describes a reason that Great Britain was the first country to industrialize? A. It had large deposits of coal and iron. B. It had slave labor to work in the new factories. C. It was the largest country in Europe. D. It had acquired advanced technology from Russia.
It had large deposits of coal and iron describes a reason that Great Britain was the first country to industrialize.
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It had large deposits of coal and iron describes a reason that Great Britain was the first country to industrialize.
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