Humanities
virson of freedom

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“Capitol and Labor”

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Credits: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 1948. (48.80) Photograph, all rights reserved, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

  1. Why did many Americans in the Gilded Age worry that this vision of harmony no longer described American life?
  2. Give some examples of how the images here misrepresent the realities of the period.

Final Answer

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Running Head: VISION OF FREEDOM

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Vision of Freedom
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VISION OF FREEDOM

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After the reconstruction, the United States of America underwent a period known as
Gilded Age. The Gilded age was at the end of the nineteenth century. It was the age in American
history which was characterized by several changes right from the economic changes as well as
technological advancement. There were issues to do with the transformation of governance as
well as social customs across the United States and which changes the view of things and how
people related across the United States. It was a period where most of the Americans were full of
their material wellbeing thus informing the blatant corruption. The term...

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