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Squeaky Wheels Need Greasing: Corruption and the Construction of the Pacific Railroad

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Abstract: The construction of the Pacific Railroad is commonly thought to be a prime example of corruption in the Gilded Era. However, a close analysis of three infamous instances of "corruption " show that the Robber Barons actions may have been less harmful and less profitable than previously considered.

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