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    Andrew Carnegie is a hero because he helped the community a lot. Although he didn’t treat his workers as good as possible, he donated back to the community a lot and produced a lot of steel to better the world. In the year of 1889 Andrew Carnegie owned Carnegie Steel Corporation, the largest of its kind in the world. Instead of buying iron he bought the iron mines. Instead of paying someone to ship the iron to his factory, he bought the boat. Andrew reduced the cost of steel which was a big part in helping make buildings and other things that needed steel to make. People are asking, was he a hero? Carnegie was a hero, because he helped develop america into what it is today. In document 5 it explains and shows how Carnegie controlled nearly all of the Mesabi Iron ore fields, which would be cheaper for him instead of buying iron from other iron fields to supply his company. Some people view this as a bad thing, but after he had bought out these fields he had reduced the price of steel for construction companies. I look at this in a good way, because it has helped us make america into what it is today.…

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    Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick. They both exhibited extreme business practices that tied them together, but also tore them apart. Their mindset for business expansion and longevity are the theories that modern day companies can thrive to achieve. “N one was more important to the “Iron City” than Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick, whose operations in the city had more than quadrupled their output in the previous decade and were now producing more than a million tons of steel each…

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    Andrew Carnegie was a Scottish immigrant who became successful in the steel industry during the Gilded Age, which were the 1870’s-1900’s. He worked as a messenger until Thomas Scott, the superintendent of Pennsylvania Railroad, saw potential in Carnegie and became his mentor. His mentor later assigned Carnegie the job to build a bridge across the Mississippi. This resulted in Carnegie investing in the steel industry, since he thought it’d be the strongest material to build the longest bridge in…

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    The Gospel of Wealth was written by Andrew Carnegie, one of the wealthiest and most successful industrialists of his time. Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, and after Industrialism swept his town, his parents were out of work, causing Carnegie’s family to immigrate to the United States. He taught himself how to read at libraries. He then gradually worked his way up through the steel industry to become one of the most successful businessmen and philanthropists of his time. Carnegie…

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    was Andrew Carnegie, a true “entrepreneur.” Andrew Carnegie was born and raised in the country of Scotland. He later made his way to America, started many companies, and became very wealthy. One company that made him extremely wealthy, but turned his reputation for the worst was the United States Steel Corporation. Carnegie had built this company from the bottom up. He was not only financially invested, but emotionally. He wanted to be the largest steel industry in the world. Carnegie…

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    but they are not shown the whole picture. A great example of this type of “hero” is a man named Andrew Carnegie. Carnegie was born in 1835 to a poor family in Dunfermline, Scotland. Because…

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    determination was the rags to riches story of the Scottish-American immigrant that completely transformed America’s society and economy. Andrew Carnegie, the Titan of the Steel Industry, had considerable impacts on American society in the late nineteenth century. He contributed…

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    There are many people in this world that aspire for riches and power, but very few ever attain this sweet dream. This dream happened to be achieved by two men who got to that level of success by doing what they love, and making sure they were the best at it. Considering how both Andrew Carnegie and Bill Gates are derived from different beginnings. They both embraced life’s challenges and made the decisions necessary to, one, become the wealthy men they desired to be, and two, not forget about…

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    Triumphantly surpassing a poor childhood, Andrew Carnegie became the richest man in knowledge and wealth. Along with his fame came infinite philanthropy and his charitable heart kept giving. Carnegie no longer lives, but his impact on the United States of America in terms of how he changed average lives, as well as the mark he left in the world will forever reign. In light of the fact that walking past him in early years, a person would think that Carnegie was just a simple, poor Irish boy,…

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    Early in the nineteenth century, Andrew Carnegie was considered a captain of industry for his vast empire of steel. Carnegie would build his empire from the ground up, literally, by investing in skyscrapers, railroads, and steel. Andrew would become one of the wealthiest men in the world at the time when he sold his Carnegie Steel corporation to J.P. Morgan. As America grew in industry, it needed an increase in steel. Carnegie realized this need and acted upon it making America a world of…

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