Test: SAT II US History


What was the most significant consequence of the invention of the cotton gin?

A massive oversupply of cotton, causing prices to drop dramatically - leading to a brief recession
The North began to produce cotton on similar levels to the South - causing discontent to foster between Southern plantation owners at loss of business
A decrease in slave trade
An increase in slave trade
The destruction of Southern soil, causing widespread food-shortage and poverty

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