Andrew Carnegie

Andrew Carnegie - Name Sarah Bekhit 1-How does Carnegie...

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Name: Sarah Bekhit 1-How does Carnegie link extremes of wealth and poverty with progress? 2-Why would Carnegie have rejected as impractical and reasonable the argument that he should have paid his workers higher wages than distributing his profits to charity? Andrew Carnegie and the gospel of wealth Andrew to become successful by amassing wealth in the steel industry . He came from a poor family and had little formal education. When the Carnegies immigrated to America in 1848, Andrew was determined to bring prosperity to his family. He worked many small jobs, which included working for the Pennsylvania Railroad where he first recognized the importance of steel. With this recognition, he resigned and started the Keystone Bridge Company in 1865. He built a steel-rail mill, and bought out a small steel company . In 1888, he had a large plant, which provided many jobs in the United States. His steel company grew until it made him the wealthiest man in the world. Andrew Carnegie believes in a system based on principles and responsibility. His attempt
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