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*AWARDING MEDALS* In the Reconstruction years and later, what happened to the plantation system in the New South? A. It began to rely more heavily on cash crops such as cotton and tobacco. B. It collapsed because of the loss of slave labor. C. It served as a model for pioneers who were moving west. D. It underwent a significant revival.

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A primarily farming society is also known as which one of the following? A. Agrarian B. Cropping C. Textile D. Trade
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