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What was a common situation for African American farmers after Reconstruction? (2 points) They benefited from record-high market prices for their cotton crops. They were often able to hire other African Americans to work their land. They could be forced into debt peonage to pay debts to the landowner. They usually earned enough money to buy their own land after a few years.

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