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Which of the following was NOT a reason for the rapid spread of diseases and epidemics in the urban areas in the Gilded Age?
Overcrowding of poor people in tenements.
Presence of disease-bearing mice, rats, flies, and other vermin in the slums.
Poor air quality due to the rapid popularity of the car.
Lack of widespread sanitation and facilities for daily washing and cleanliness.
Lack of readily available inexpensive medical facilities.