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Key difference/s between the 1929 Crash and previous stockmarket crashes was/were
A) The impact of the investor's pools
B) That many middle income people were stockholders
C) All of the choices
D) The government's intervention

I think it's all of the choices, but I'm not 100% sure.

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    I agree with your answer.

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