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One of the problems faced by farmers in the late 1800s was that railroads A. were going out of business, making getting to market difficult. B. heavily subsidized farmers to encourage the growth of the West. C. now offered cheap transport for farm goods. D. charged very high prices to move farm products to market.

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SelmaHanington942

The correct answer here is option D. Charged very high prices to move farm products to market. Many farmers strongly held the position that the railroad companies, other industrialists and politicians were in a conspiracy that worked against them. Various movements emegred amongst the farming communities to protest for thie rights including government regulation of the railroads and currency and banking reform.

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