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What was the importance of the Federal Highway Act of 1956? It established tolls on highways, which funded new home construction. It helped boost the economy and encouraged the growth of suburbia. It linked New York and San Francisco by one major highway. It helped increase union membership in the construction industry.
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anonymous
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D.) It helped increase union membership in the construction industry.
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it was wrong but that ok
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how

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