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1 April, 09:55

What was a barrier to industry developing in the south?

A. Slavery provided cheaper labor than paid workers, and producing cotton was more profitable and manufacturing.

B. No one in the south knew How to build factories because the north would not share that knowledge.

C. They feared change and slavery was all they knew.

D. The soil in the south made it too hard to build large factories on.

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  1. 1 April, 11:03
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    It's either A or C, but I'm 90% sure it's A. We're learning about this right now.
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