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Efficiency was a central theme of the reform movement. Who of the following was not an example of someone striving to examine every aspect of life itself and determine, often through new scientific principles, how to do more work with less energy? (Points : 1)
Frederick W. Taylor
Robert Wiebe
Henry Ford
Theodore Roosevelt

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