it's the 1910s

It has become fashionable to compare the current rise of populism to the political developments of the 1930s and the aftermath of the Great Depression. In my view, however, investors can learn more from a comparison with the Gilded Age of the late 19thcentury and the years leading up to World War I. 

https://klementoninvesting.substack.com/p/echoes-of-the-gilded-age-part-1-economics

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