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11 January, 02:33

How did changes in Georgia's agriculture during the second half of the 20th century affect the distribution of population in the state?

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  1. 11 January, 02:47
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    G. I bill was passed towards the end of the World War II. The law provided some benefits for World War II veterans who came back into the country.

    The bill gave an education offer to everyone with no exception so farmers and their children can go to college.

    More homes were built possibly taking up more farmland.

    These changes led to a drop

    In Agricultural activities. More houses being built coupled with free education in the region encouraged more people coming into the area to benefit from such program.
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