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First of the grate industrial trusts,organized through a principle of horizontal integration that ruthlessly incorporated or destroyed competitors.

I am thinking the Standard Oil Company...

The idea, promoted by Henry Grady and other boosters that the south should attempt to industrialize in order to compete economically with the North.

No idea on this one...

Help is very much appreciated, thank you so much!

Answer to part 2:
"The New South"

See http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5745/

Part 1 looks OK.

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