Distribution of Wealth in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era
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Eleventh graders examine distribution of wealth in Gilded Age and Progressive Era, and discuss how it affected Americans. They explore perspectives of and relationships between industrialists and workers before formulating their own opinions.
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