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please help with this DBQ to what extent it is justified to characterize the industrial leaders of the 1865-1900 era as either robber barons or industrial states-man? ive looked at the internet but not much about industrial statesman. what do you think? PLEASE HELP!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH . NEED TO WRITE AN ESSAY. SO TIRING. BRAIN DRAIN!

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