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The U.S. agriculture prospered during WWI. Since most of the allies' economy was involved in the war effort, they turned to the U.S. for food. However, after the war, the U.S. was still producing crops at the same rate as it was during the war, and the Europeans no longer needed to buy crops from the U.S. so overproduction occurred so postwar U.S. agriculture was pretty bad.

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