Politics in the Gilded Age
The politics of the Gilded Age failed to deal with the critical social and economical issues of the times. It was the era filled with forgotten presidents and politicians who ignored the problems erupting in the cites. Monopolies ruled over all the aspects of life, and the greedy men who ruled these monopolies caused poverty throughout the nation. The ideas of limited government caused the political parties to not take a stand on important issues. The "wonderful" Gilded Age in fact was not a pretty sight.
The Gilded Age was a time of inventions and reform, resulting in large numbers of imm…
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