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What was President Taft's official attitude towards trusts? A. He broke up trusts at nearly twice the rate of Roosevelt. B. He broke up only half the number of trusts that Roosevelt did. C. He passed a law outlawing trusts. D. He refused to break up trusts.
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He broke up trusts at nearly twice the rate of Roosevelt was President Taft's official attitude towards trusts.
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