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Chapter 17&18 (2/4) What did President Garfield believe was the most important political change since the adoption of the Constitution in 1787? (The elevation of blacks from slavery to full rights of citizenship) By the turn of the twentieth century, the __________ had surpassed __________ as the largest producer of cotton fabric in the nation. (South; New England) When first created, the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) was too weak to regulate the railroads effectively. (True) Examples of the new types of entertainment that became popular during the Gilded Age included vaudeville shows and Wild West traveling shows. (True) As the South industrialized after the Civil War, it saw its greatest industrial gains in (textiles) As a result of the crop-lien system in the South, farmers often had __________ at the end of the harvest. (larger debt) During his administration, this president tried to control both sides of his fractured party while pursing reform during the Gilded Age. (Hayes) Mugwumps tended to oppose civil service reform. (False)
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