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Which describes the growth in major cities by the turn of the 20th century?

  • Question 1b of 12 - Urbanization

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  • Question: Which describes the growth in major cities by the turn of the 20th century?
  • Answers:
  1. New industries drew the middle class to the cities from the suburbs.
  2. Commuting became less common due to transportation issues.
  3. Most physical growth was centrally planned.
  4. City centers had fewer middle-class families as time went on.

The correct answer is: City centers had fewer middle-class families as time went on. In most cases, the middle class moved away from the city centers.

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