Which era did Mark Twain refer to as a time of ''ridiculous excess''? 1. the Gilded Age  2. Wild War 3. Cilvil War 4. Roaring Twenties

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Mark twain referred to the Gilded Age as a time of “ridiculous excess”.  So the correct option for the question is option “1”. The Gilded Age has the reference in the book “A Tale of Today” written by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner was written in the year 1873. It is a novel that mainly deals with political corruption and greed after the age of Civil War. This period after the Civil War is actually referred to as the Gilded Age.

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