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An increase in Mexican immigration in the early twentieth century was caused by _________.

A) the decrease in productivity of Mexican farmland
B) loss of jobs in agriculture
C) economic and political instability during the Mexican revolution
D) the lure of high-paying jobs

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C

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Right on time. Thanks a bunch.