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Which of the following were flaws with the Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1896?

I. It was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
II. Its terms were not well-defined, and businesses were able to easily evade prosecution.
III. It was used against farming collective groups and labor unions, which was clearly not its intent.
IV. The government simply was not interested in enforcing anti-trust laws in the Gilded Age.


II, III and IV only.


I, II, and III only.


I, II and IV only.


I, III and IV only.


All of them are correct.

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