From the excerpts "Wealth" by Andrew Carnegie and The Slow Progress of The Boy Who Starts in a Breaker, And Ends,
an Old Man in the Breaker- As told by a man who was once a Miner" by Rev. John McDowell
What impact does Carnegie's background have on his views and how has his views influenced the United States in both the gilded age and the present.
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