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The Age of Acrimony

How Americans Fought to Fix Their Democracy, 1865-1915
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This book "charts the rise and fall of 19th-century America's unruly politics through the lives of a remarkable father-daughter dynasty. The radical congressman William 'Pig Iron' Kelley and his fiery, Progressive daughter Florence Kelley led lives packed with drama, intimately tied to their nation's politics. Through their…

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