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What attracted aluminum producers to Washington in the 1930s? It was the plentiful electricity provided by hydroelectric dams. It was the potential for secret weapons development in World War II. It was the accessibility of Washington's harbors. It was the need to be located near Microsoft headquarters.

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  1. anonymous
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    Help meh

  2. anonymous
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    Im searching

  3. anonymous
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    ok i think its d but im not sure

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    It is lol I searched the last question then put 1930s and found stuff relating to aluminum and the other answers didn't relate to it at all.

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    ok thank you so much

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