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Between 1935 and 1975, a period that included Worl War II, the birth rate rose from 16.9 to 25 per 1000 people. what was the most likely cause of this baby boom?
a) the change in view toward artificial birth control methods
b) the exxpansion of the middle class and its new wealth
c) the growth of the urban/suburban areas after World War II
d) the mobility of the American family of the 1950's
e) the return of young American soldiers from war

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  1. Once again, please put down what you think is correct and why. We will them be able to give you further suggestions if needed.

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  2. I think is c because baby boom is a recovered of the soldiers that died in world war II

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