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Between the 1890s and 1930s, the Progressive and New Deal reformers urged the government to regulate the economy more heavily in order to make it more efficient and equitable. Professor Brian Dimitrovich of Sam Houston State University explains the economic policies these reformers ushered in, such as the Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914, the New Deal, and the establishment of the Federal Reserve.

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      american history, progressive era, eocnomics, federal reserve, antitrust, federal trade commission, new deal, national industrial recovery act, sherman antitrust act, theodore roosevelt, william taft, woodrow wilson

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      English

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