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People with far reaching business interests that would benefit from uniform and consistent rules and regulations. People that would supply goods to a strong central form of government would also benefit. This is a great example of 'one hand washing the other' in terms of the individuals helping the government and the government would help these individuals in return.

A slow and gradual process that would evolve, grow and become more entrenched as time passed

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a fifty-year-old German immigrant who came to America in 1910

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Q: Which of these individuals would be most likely to support the central powers?
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