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This lesson examines the efforts of “muckraking” journalists, labor unions and government regulation to serve as checks or counterweights to the size and influence of the giant corporations which dominated industrial life during this period.
The Missouri Compromise and the Monroe Doctrine
The Road to the Civil War, Part 2
Immigration in the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era
The Road to the Civil War, Part 1
Irish and German Immigration
America Enters World War One
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