Impacts Of Industrialists During The Gilded Age

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Industrialists such as John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie, had made major impacts during the Gilded Age. They changed the way we do things like transport things, and the rules of business. They made mass production of items, and paved the way for improving working conditions. John D. Rockefeller would become one of the most powerful, and the richest men in the history of the United States due to him owning 90% of all the oil refineries. With the railroad business taking advantage of all his oil profits he made the idea to transport some of his oil through the system of using pipelines. This would hurt the railroad business tremendously by not being able to ship oil for profit. John d. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie never focused on improving

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