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Regarding the first article, how did charities decide who was worthy of receiving aid and who was not and what does this tell us about class-based prejudices during the Gilded Age? How did charity seekers both accommodate and push back against the standards that charities expected them to meet? Finally, consider Rose Wilder Lane’s short autobiography. What challenges did her farming family experience? How did they make ends meet and what did Lane think of the struggles she witnessed at the time? Please answer these questions using examples in your comment. Once you have posted, please reply to at least two other posts with a substantive, thoughtful response. You will not be able to see other students’ posts until you have contributed a comment
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