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What was the impact of Eli Whitney's interchangeable parts concept and what impact did Eli Whitney's cotton gin have?
Why was the cotton gin so important?

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    a.) guns and other products could be produced much quicker
    b and c.) cotton growning becamed much quicker, booming the SOuthern economy, and rebirthing slavery.

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