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Why did agriculture not share in the prosperity?

Why did agriculture not share in the prosperity?

While so many Americans were enjoying the boom, farmers most definitely were not. Total US farm income dropped from $22 billion in 1919 to just $13 billion in 1928. There were a number of reasons why farming had such problems.



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