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  • The Impact Of Andrew Carnegie And The Gilded Age

    Andrew Carnegie was one of the smartest and richest men during the Gilded Age. The Gilded Age was mainly focused on factories and textiles. He was able to found his company called American Steel and he was able to generate all of his money from that. Andrew Carnegie was living the American Dream. However, he earned his money from hard working laborers making little to no money a day. Even though many people thought he was such a good person because he donated all of his money at the end of his life, all of his workers were struggling to survive every day off of the pay that Carnegie was paying his workers. Also, Carnegie was pretty much Social Darwinism. Social Darwinism meant that the weak stayed weak and the strong stayed strong. Carnegie…

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  • Pittsburgh Steel Mills Historical Analysis

    Historical Summary: Pittsburgh Steel Mills Bonner - Historical Summary: Pittsburgh Steel Mills Comments Share FileEditViewInsertFormatToolsTableAdd-onsHelpAll changes saved in Drive 100% Normal text Times New Roman 12 A Editing To enable screen reader support, press Ctrl+Alt+Z To learn about keyboard shortcuts, press Ctrl+slash 98765432112345678 Angela Bonner ELE-731 11/1/2017 Historical Summary: Pittsburgh Steel Mills Pittsburgh, affectionately known as the “Steel…

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  • Summary Of Strik Gridiron

    one of Americas biggest labor stoppages in history. Many workers went on strike, and with no money coming in they looked to their football team, the Braddock Tigers. This team was very talented and was looking for their 6th undefeated season and so were all the steel workers because they bet their last dollars on this team in hopes of them winning and getting out of the steel mills. They did in fact win their 6th season undefeated and this book not only portrays the football team but also a…

    Words: 2013 - Pages: 9
  • How Is Andrew Carnegie Successful

    When he and his mother got back, Carnegie’s mother became sick. Then Carnegie caught typhoid and became sick as well. To add to the illnesses that were in the family Carnegie’s brother Tom was suddenly struck with pneumonia. Sadly while Carnegie was bed ridden, his mother and brother died just within days of each other. Carnegie was devastated. Carnegie, however, returned to work. He sought a wife soon after the death of his mother. He fancied a woman named Louise Whitfield. He wrote, “In the…

    Words: 1913 - Pages: 8
  • How To Win Friends And Influence People Analysis

    its continued and uninterrupted sales into the eighties, almost half a century later. Dale Carnegie used to say that it was easier to make a million dollars than to put a phrase into the English language. How to Win Friends and Influence People became such a phrase, quoted, paraphrased, parodied, used in innumerable contexts from political cartoon to novels. The book itself was translated into almost every known written language. Each generation has discovered it anew and has found it relevant.…

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