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1. The early social legislation of the first part of the 1900's was designed to improve the
a. lives of farmers
b. social rank of immigrants
c. conditions of wage earners
d. wealth of business owners.
--------------------C?
it's not D because Woodrow Wilson tried to limet the powers of buisness owners. I think it is C because there were "Federal Farm Act", "Adamson Act", and "Federal Workmen's Compensation Act" which all contributed to help the working class people.

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  1. I think you're right. Good thinking.

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