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What change did the U.S. economy experience in the years immediately after World War I? an export-led boom centered on trade with Asia increasing reliance on energy imported from the Middle East increasing anti-union sentiment that led to a reduction in wages

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  1. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    an economic crisis in Europe that spread to the United States. Are you sure the great depression isn't an option?

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  2. itsallycatt Group Title
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    That's the one I thought it was but I put on my quiz and I got it wrong...

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  3. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    Strange...

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  4. jagatuba Group Title
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    I was going to say the same thing. there was a short recession at the end of WWI

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  5. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    That should have been the right answer....

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  6. itsallycatt Group Title
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    I know but I got it wrong..

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  7. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    hmmmmm.

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  8. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    What do you think @jagatuba

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  9. jagatuba Group Title
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    There was the Palmer Raids that could have led to reductions in Union wages.

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  10. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    was that an anti-union sentiment?

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  11. jagatuba Group Title
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    Anti-union sentiment preceded several bombings . . . I think. I'll need to check my facts.

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  12. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    Be right back.

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  13. jagatuba Group Title
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    Yeah coal miners, steel mill workers, and police officers all went on strike in 1919. Still not sure if that led to lower wages though. Usually strikes do the opposite.

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  14. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    How curious. @itsallycatt Is this an online course, because if it is they are incorrect sometimes.

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  15. itsallycatt Group Title
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    Yes I'm taking this on Florida Virtual School. I went back in the lesson and looked through all the videos and still can't find the answers to the exam questions. I've passed everything else except the exams.

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    Well let's consider two facts. 1. The recession following WWI was very short. Seven months I think. 2. The Roaring 20's were a time of sustained prosperity. The Great Depression did not occur until the 30's, so what was spurring on economic growth in the 20's?

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  17. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    do u want her to answer that?

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  18. jagatuba Group Title
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    No, just more of a mental note. But seems to dead end since the economic growth was due to conservative economic policies and not trade with Asia. So a trading boom with Asia is not the answer.

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    No I'm wrong. Listen to this: "...it became clear that WW1 would bring a huge bonanza to the Japanese economy (at least in the short run) because of the sudden increase in global demand for Japanese products. An enormous export-led boom was generated because (i) global demand shifted from Europe to Japan; and (ii) the US economy was expanding. Japan's manufactured products were still of inferior quality but could substitute for European products which were now unavailable."

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    We were looking in the wrong place. We should have been looking for the reasons of economic resurgence in Asia, not the US.

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  21. jagatuba Group Title
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    I think that is the answer.

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  22. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    ok, no wonder.

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  23. jagatuba Group Title
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    Please let us know if you get it right. that was a tough question that I would like to know the answer to.

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  24. bookworm00981 Group Title
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    Me 2 :D Thanks @jagatuba

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