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How Gorham Wed New Technologies With Classic Craftsmanship to Gild the Gilded Age

Right now, “tariff” is a dirty word, as American farmers, manufacturers, workers, and consumers are being asked to pay for a trade war with China—as we went to press, tariffs on goods imported from Mexico were also being threatened. But in 1842, tariffs on imported …

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