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Chapter 6. Cities in the Progressive Era, 1896–1929
Chapter 6. Cities in the Progressive Era, 1896–1929

In 1896 the United States was emerging out of a major economic depression, and 1929 marks the beginning of the Great Depression. The period between these two depressions saw the invention and mass production of the automobile and the radio; the election of two progressive reform presidents; U.S. intervention in World War I; the ratification ...

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