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Labor Movements During The Gilded Age
The Gilded Age existed during the late 1800s where the corruption of the government was at its peak and the lowest point of American politics. "The Gilded Age" was a name given by Mark Twain in his belief that politics corruption and greed lurked below the polite and prosperous luster of American society. He believed that politics was like the base material that hides beneath the glittering gold surface of a gilded object. Because of such beliefs many reform movements or labor movements established. …
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