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12 June, 06:26

It can be inferred that the government's laissez-faire policies of the 1920s were detrimental to the economy.

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  1. 12 June, 06:35
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    The answer is yes, the government can infer that the government’s laissez faire policies during the 1920s were detrimental to the economy because the non regulation of the United States’ government in Wall Street made a rampant rumor speculating and buying stocks on margin. These led to the Great Depression.
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