Analyze the ways in which techonology, government policy, and economic conditions changed american agriculture in the period 1865-1900
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Over time, this caused overproduction, driving prices down even more. The trend of overproduction is also demonstrated in Document ‘A’. However, as Mary Elizabeth Lease points out in Document ‘G’, not all of the farmer’s hardships can be placed on overproduction alone.
Document ‘B’ is an ideal example of the way the Railroads grew from 1870 to 1890...
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As farmers exhausted soil in the eastern and central parts of the country, they had to continue spreading westward. As they expanded farther west, they (reluctantly) became more dependent on the monopolistic railroads. The farmers complained that the railroads charged too much for their services, and groups of farmers formed together in Granges to address such issues...
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