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  1. HEfjl
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    What does this advertisement suggest about consumers during the 1920s? Consumers wanted to buy products associated with wealth and luxury. Consumers preferred to buy products that contributed to better health. Consumers resisted trying new products because of their high cost. Consumers disbelieved the claims made by new advertisements.

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    a

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    Which conclusion is supported by this image? consumers had little money to buy luxury goods during the 1920s prices for automobiles rose during the 1920s because of limited foreign competition. demand for automobiles dropped during the 1920s and resulted in lower automobiles prices. low prices made automobiles available to many Americans

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    Which of the following was a goal of the Harding administration? raising crop prices encouraging free trade increasing revenues balancing the national budget

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    i think d

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    and you should really post questions serperataly it gives more of chance to be answered at least i think that

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    as to the car ad a- while true I don't see anything in the ad to reflect that fact b- the ad talks about low cost and b is about higher costs so...nah c- demand dropped and prices are lower...lower price seems to be the selling point i'd pick c d-low prices make cars available would seem to apply to lower and cars not the finest quality sedan...id go with c

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    Which conclusion is supported by this image? Correct Answer: D. Low prices made automobiles available to many Americans.

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