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a. How did the Mann-Elkins Act alter the purpose of the Interstate Commerce Commission? b. In what way was the Sixteenth Amendment a progressive reform? c. What effect did the Bull Moose Party have on the 1912 presidential election

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a) During Taft's tenure and, in his initiative, the Mann-Elkins Act was passed in 1910, giving the Interstate Commerce Commission broader powers over telephone and telegraph companies to control and prevent irregular activities.

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