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4 September, 23:29

Why couldn't farmers pay their bills in the 1930s?

A. Because drought dried up their crops

B. Because their workers fled the country

C. Because the bank had their money

D. Because snowstorms froze their land

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  1. 5 September, 00:38
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    I think the awnser is a because draught dried up there crops
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