Why were there fewer industries in the South than in the North in the mid-1800s? Choose the two correct answers.
A. The North had more natural resources for manufacturing.
B. People in the South with money bought farmland and enslaved workers.
C. The North refused to allow immigrants to move to southern areas.
D. Many people in the South lacked the money to buy manufactured products.

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  1. I’ll check what you think are correct.

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  2. I think A and D but im not sure.

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  3. A is right, but I’m unsure about D.

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  4. So A is right maybe the second answer is C?

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  5. I agree with A, too, but C cannot be right. No states ever had the power to control where people live in the US.

    The second answer is probably B — mostly because C and D are so untrue!

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  6. a and b

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