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Gilded Age

noun as in golden age

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Yuen Yuen Ang is a political scientist at the University of Michigan, and the author of China’s Gilded Age.

The Progressive Era marked the end of America’s Gilded Age — its first Gilded Age, that is.

Or were we better off with J.P. Morgan and the industrialists of the Gilded Age?

But the irony of this gilded age is that the reigns of imperial CEOs can be quite short.

The Gilded Age was marked by the widespread smuggling of silk dresses and other consumer wants.

We are now in the wake of another Gilded Age, and the divide between capital and labor has rarely been clearer.

Justice Clarence Thomas, in particular, has a well-known affinity for the values of the Gilded Age.

The Gilded Age had been issued a day or two before Christmas, and was already in its third edition.

There was another co-worker on The Gilded Age before the book was finally completed.

He spent the next two or three days preparing himself for a part in "The Gilded Age."

Was it not one that exposed him, in a peculiar sense, to the contagion of the Gilded Age?

The integrity of the spirit had become as indifferent to him as it was to the Gilded Age itself.


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