Which of the following statements about working conditions in the 1920s is not accurate? a. "in general, wages fell during the 1920s." b. assembly lines were designed to speed up production and reduce the need for skilled labor. c. many skilled craftsmen lost jobs during the 1920s. d. some employers added benefits such as paid vacation and pensions.
A, In general wages feel during the 1920s.
wages in fact grew during the 1920s, to persuade their workers to not join unions. that's why they also offered benefits.
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