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boll weevil reduced GA's cotton acreage by 2.6 million during the 1920's
2.6 million amount that the boll weevil reduced GA's cotton acreage during the 1920's
Laissez-faire The idea that doing nothing to help solve the country’s economic problems
laissez-faire a policy that allows businesses to operate with very little interference from the government
Agricultural Adjustment Administration New Deal program that paid farmers to NOT grow crops
drought slowed the boll weevil, but created water shortages and forced 1000s of farmers to leave GA
Eugene Talmadge GA Governor who spoke out against the New Deal
High tariffs made it difficult for countries to sell their goods in the U.S.
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