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Help American industries grow.

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A. Helped build an economy that was independent of foreign influence

B. Helped union leaders improve working conditions in mines and factories

C. Removed government officials who were guilty of corruption during the war

D. Developed a number of programs to put unemployed people back to work

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Helped become a economy that was independent of foreign influence

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