Period 6 Test Corrections.pdf - Period 6 Test Corrections By Lilly Richardson A why I choose it B the right answer 3 ​Which of the following

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Period 6 Test Corrections By: Lilly Richardson A: why I choose it B: the right answer 3. Which of the following historical developments in the late 1800s most directly supports bryan's assertion? A.I thought the growing gap between the rich and poor supported bryan's assertion about the gold standard because the expert was talking about the farmers versus the large speculators in wealth, but this was not the correct answer because the question was not about byran’s input in the article but a historical dev that contributed to byran’s assertion. B.The correct answer is the consolidation of the corporate wealth 5. The people’s party emerged most directly in response to which of the late 19th century trends?
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