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America’s reliance on cotton as an economic staple presented an opportunity for prosperity and an accompanying risk. In late 1818, the value of cotton fell as supply outpaced demand and “London banks decided there was no longer a need to extend more credit.” Daniel Walker Howe, 561 more words
Growing up, Maddy Corbin was a standout gymnast — flipping, twisting and twirling for hours every day.
A few years ago, she decided to give that up. 999 more words