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1 – One of the reasons that the U.S. Government started the Federal Reserve system was to:
A – keep the banking power of the U.S. spread out among various districts.
B – make sure that the U.S. banks were obeying laws regarding banking.
C – have a place for banks to deposit excess deposits.
D – provide consumers with access to funds for business expansion.

Is it D?

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