words total) Jeffersonianism & The Age of Excess (See you tube video in instructions)
Jeffersonianism and the Age of Excess
Gilded Age (1877-1900) presented challenges to American citizens (Reiman). Although different from today, one can conclude that age of excess is repeating itself in our time. It was characterized by racism, inequality, government’s insensitivity to people’s problems and organized conflicts. It is antagonistic to Jeffersonianism; the concepts that stress on individual’s rights and development of both agriculture and rural society. These issues exist in the modern societies. However, both the gilded period and modern times have differences that unlike today’s societies that suffer inflation, Gilded was characterized by deflation due to overproduction of goods and oversupply of labor.
Reiman, Richard. “Age of Excess Repeating Itself in Our Time.” 2017, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCSwNfWJRME&feature=youtu.be.
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