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Apr 8, 2021

[Answer] 3. In the early 1930s Bonnie and Clyde robbed banks and terrorized the Great Plains area of the U.S. Her last name is the same as the publisher of Monopoly and whenever they were together, Clyde was always the wheel man. So, it must be:

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...1. Parker and Barrow 2. Kenner and Pullman 3. Bradley and Cartland 4. Mattel and Jacobs If Clyde had been robbing banks alone, it is unlikely he would have piqued the public's interest. But--with an attractive young female accomplice, it was an eye-grabbing story and the public gobbled it up. The pair killed over a dozen people on their crime spree, but were ultimately gunned down in an ambush in Louisiana in 1934.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "3. In the early 1930s Bonnie and Clyde robbed banks and terrorized the Great Plains area of the U.S. Her last name is the same as the publisher of Monopoly and whenever they were together, Clyde was always the wheel man. So, it must be:"



Parker and Barrow:


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