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Before WWI, ______________ had been the world's creditor. No country took its place after the war. a. Great Britain c. Germany b. France d. the United States
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User: Before WWI, ______________ had been the world's creditor. No country took its place after the war. a. Great Britain c. Germany b. France d. the United States

Weegy: Before WWI, Great Britain had been the world's creditor. No country took its place after the war.



User: After the war, leading up to the Great Depression, bad economic news made people a. take out loans to buy stock. c. withdraw their money from the markets. b. put their money into savings accounts. d. scramble to repay loans with cash.

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