Railroads, Business, and Politics in the Gilded Age.

Read Chapter 18 in the textbook The American Promise sixth edition..Volume 2: To 1865… Discuss three ways that leading industrialists (Carnegie, Gould, and Rockefeller) transformed American business in the late nineteenth century. Considering Ida Tarbell’s criticism of John D. Rockefeller, should those industrialists be considered symbols of American business ingenuity or of ruthless business practices? please answer the questions by step and follow the instruction.

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