It was a time in American history bounded by thenadministrations of Grant and Harding, from the great silvernconspiracy described by Henry Adams to the Teapot DomenScandal chronicled by Upton Sinclair. Mark Twain (withnCharles Dudley Warner) caught the tone in The Gilded Age:nspeculation, decephons, and a reckless willingness to sacrificeneverything . . .
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