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Substances that cannot be separated and found on a periodic table.
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As farms became mechanized, A. more people became farmers. B. immigrants bought more land. C. farm workers became rural entrepreneurs. D. farmers moved to urban areas.
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What did leaders of the public school movement work to establish? A. free textbooks B. tax-supported schools C. better private schools D. low-tuition colleges
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Leaders of the public school movement worked to establish: tax-supported schools.
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What did leaders of the public school movement work to establish? A. free textbooks B. tax-supported schools C. better private schools D. low-tuition colleges
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The newspapers of the Gilded Age both reflected and helped create A. the Victorian Era. B. Americanization. C. mass culture. D. urbanization.
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