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The Federal Commission Act increased the power of government to control advertising and regulated unfair trade practice. In which year was this Act put into effect? A. 1914 B. 1934 C. 1954 D. 1974
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User: The Federal Commission Act increased the power of government to control advertising and regulated unfair trade practice. In which year was this Act put into effect? A. 1914 B. 1934 C. 1954 D. 1974

Weegy: The Federal Commission Act was put into effect in 1914.

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User: Which event led to a major loss for advertising companies and further resulted in advertising gaining a negative public image? A. American Civil War B. Post-War Immigration C. The Great Depression D. World War II

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