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Which statement explains how farmers contributed to their own problems in the late 19th century? A high level of productivity resulted in low crop prices that made farming less profitable. Competition for the best land drove land prices up to a level where most farmers could not afford to expand their production. Over-reliance on chemical fertilizers and pesticides resulted in short-term gains but reduced the productivity of farmland. Political divisions between farmers who grew food crops and farmers who grew cash crops reduced the political power of farmers.

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