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What are some of the major economic/technological changes that happened in the USA during the Gilded Age that has positively and/or negatively affected America?

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Furthering of industrial technology, division of labor, utilization of a larger work force (More women and children), and the development of an extremely rich upper class of business owners paying slave wages to the fore mentioned workers.
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@Mandy, you don't think that answer is a bit too biased, do you?

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In the wording, maybe. But workers were underpaid and mistreated. That's why the gilded age led to conflict between business owners and unions. It could worded in a different way, but I would hope that people take information from OpenStudy and reword it, as opposed to just turning in what someone on the internet said.

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