Social Darwinism: The Evolution of Business


A cartoon depicting capitalism and monopolies
During America's Gilded Age, businesses continued to grow and make millions while smaller businesses struggled.
This growth unchecked by the government resulted in forcing the government to intervene with the Sherman Anti-Trust Act in 1890. Movements to help the poor later started, and unions were created to protect the workers in these big businesses.

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