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What attracted Americans to the Sunbelt in the 1940s and 1950s? A. Free land given out by the government to encourage settlement B. Jobs in the automotive industry C. Tax breaks for people moving to this area D. Jobs in the aerospace and electronics industries

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Donald Ward on February 5, 2018

The Sunbelt is a region of the united states south of the 36th parallel. It has a warm climate, with long summers, and winters relatively mild. The growth in the Sunbelt had been happening since the 2 World War. At that time, many military manufacturing jobs were moving to the south. The aerospace industry has created many new jobs in the sunbelt states. This area is also driven by the chemical, agriculture, electronics and oil industries. Answer: D ) Jobs in the aerospace industry and the electronics industry.

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