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Why were industrial and agricultural surpluses a problem for the US economy? The United States did not have an efficient method of distributing goods to consumers. Consumers were more likely to buy products made by foreign competitors. The average American had limited funds to purchase these items. The increase in production resulted in lower wages for workers.

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