#1: Which country produced the most industrial goods in the early twentieth century? A. United States B. Germany C. England D. Japan ***My answer: A. UNited states (not too sure tho)
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hmm some part of me wants to say that the US didn't become an industrial powerhouse (that would rival England and Germany) until after WWII, so I'm not sure it's C
#2: What sparked the development of the Second Industrial Revolution? A. a new way to produce iron cheaply, new forms of money, and the steam engine B. a better way of producing steam, gasoline, and new fibers for textiles C. the development of a better way to produce iron cheaply D. petroleum, electricity, and an inexpensive way to produce steel ***im not too sure on this one... what do u think? and can u back it up with like facts or something?? to explain? :D thanks!
probably D for the second one because i know the first two were definitely used by this time period