Oumar S.

asked • 05/30/20

What did the Agricultural Adjustment Act do?

a It adjusted the prices of crops no matter how much of a surplus there was.
b It reduced all farmland by 20 percent in order to help protect the environment.
c It paid farmers to not plant on a portion of their land, reducing the farming surplus that helped cause the Great Depression.
d It forced farmers to only plant a certain type of crop, which allowed the government to strategize about reducing the farming surplus.

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