Tainted
  • Tainted
Which of these had the greatest effect in ending the Florida land boom? decreased tourism and high taxes stalled road and railway construction speculation and high land prices poor weather and natural disasters
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hba
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Any guesses ?
Tainted
  • Tainted
I guessed A)
hba
  • hba
Why is that so ?

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Tainted
  • Tainted
Because at first Florida was having a land boom after the speculation, the only reasonable one I thought would be A because It would have died down eventually and the government did raise tarrifs
hba
  • hba
What about D ?
Tainted
  • Tainted
Why do you say D? :o
hba
  • hba
Why don't you think it is D poor weather and natural disasters is an imp reason,don't you guess ?
Tainted
  • Tainted
Doesn't really come to mind to be honest
hba
  • hba
Do you have a book ?
Tainted
  • Tainted
No but you were right
hba
  • hba
I know that :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Roads and new railway lines supported the growth, and so did government laws keeping state taxes minimal. Tourist destinations such as Miami Beach grew quickly, but the boom did not last long. Speculation raised prices so high that many people could no longer afford to live in Florida, and means of transportation did not grow fast enough to keep up with demand. Then, bad weather struck. A cold winter and a series of natural disasters, including hurricanes, made people think that Florida was not such a pleasant place to live in after all. After 1925, Florida's land boom was over.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct Answer: D. Poor weather and natural disasters

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