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Who was the leader of the political machine that controlled New York in the late 1800s using bribery and intimidation? A. Thomas Nast B. William Marcy "Boss" Tweed C. Ely Beach D. Governor John T. Hoffman
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How did Thomas Nast expose and bring down Boss Tweed’s political machine? A. by writing letters to the editor of the newspaper B. by talking to noncorrupt politicians C. by publishing essays about Tweed's corruption D. by drawing political cartoons about Tweed's corruption
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