anonymous
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PLEASE HELP ME (HISTORY-DEAD) When the U.S. government was unable to borrow money from the state banks after the War of 1812, how did it try to solve its problem? The government created a national bank in New York. The government created a national bank with branches in multiple states. The government built mint offices in multiple states to print more money. The government created the national mint to unify the country's currency.
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anonymous
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@TillLindemann //
anonymous
  • anonymous
Onnne moment.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, I recall there was an influx of weird money that's literally worthless to this day, so now that I've told you this, what do you think the answer is? :)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
d? @TillLindemann
anonymous
  • anonymous
Nope.
anonymous
  • anonymous
a or c?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Lets take a look at A and C. C says they created a lot of money, which made money almost worthless. While A would cost money, that we did not have.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so c?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes!
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thanks! :)

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