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Why did farmers in the late 1800s want inflation? A. They wanted prices to go down. B. Inflation would make it easier to get loans from banks. C. They hoped the rise in prices would increase their income. D. Inflation would make farm equipment more affordable.
Farmers in the late 1800s wanted inflation because they hoped the rise in prices would increase their income.
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Farmers in the late 1800s wanted inflation because they hoped the rise in prices would increase their income.
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