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MOFB’s “Cut to the Chase”: It doesn’t take a crystal ball

by Denny Banister

When America was in its formative years, the young nation’s economic strength was generated by agriculture, which grew even stronger with the settlement of the west.

The Industrial Revolution quickly changed cities from trading centers and suppliers for farmers, to heavily-populated, factory-filled metropolises where jobs were plentiful. Good pay in the city was enticing to those who wanted to give up the hard life of farming in

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