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Innovation and the Rise of Big Business in the Gilded Age 1877-1901

 Edrene S. McKay PhD
  21st-Sep-2016
Description: The Gilded Age, the period between the end of Radical Reconstruction (1877) and the beginning of the Progressive Era (1901), was a brassy, flamboyant age dominated by big business values, political corruption, and extremes of wealth and poverty. During the Gilded Age, the United States changed from a predominantly rural agrarian nation to an urban industrial one. Major Developments - Establishing the foundation for 20th century America, the period witnessed these major developments:Industrialization, Urbanization, Immigration.
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Domain: Business
Category: Entrepreneurial
Contributing Organization: Dr. Edrene S. McKay
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The Gilded Age
The Rise of Big Business

A Brassy, Flamboyant Age
• The Gilded Age, the period
between the end of Radical
Reconstruction (1877) and
the beginning of the
Progressive Era (1901), was
a brassy, flamboyant age
dominated by big business
values, political corruption,
and extremes of wealth and
poverty.
• During the Gilded Age, the
United States changed from
a predominantly rur ... See more

The Gilded Age: The Rise of Big Business

The Gilded Age, the period between the end of Radical Reconstruction (1877) and the beginning of the Progressive Era (1901), was a brassy, flamboyant age dominated by big bus

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11 October, 2016