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Chapter 24 Mark the one best answer for each of the following questions. 38. When private railroad promoters asked the United States government for subsidies to build their railroads, they gave all of the following reasons for their request except that it was a. too risky without government help. b. too costly without government help. c. too costly to move people in some areas without government help. d. too unprofitable in some areas without government help. e. impossible to serve military and postal needs without government help. 39. During the Gilded Age, most of the railroad barons a. rejected government assistance. b. built their railroads with government assistance. c. relied exclusively on Chinese labor. d. refused to get involved in politics.

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