Carnegie, Andrew (1835–1919)

ANDREW CARNEGIE ROSE from poverty to become an industrial magnate as well as a prolific and influential writer. His writings celebrated individualism, democracy, competition, and economic growth, while challenging the wealthy to practice a philanthropy that would elevate ...

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