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Andrew Carnegie & Bill Gates A Comparitive

.... (Wall 79) Arriving in America, Carnegie found himself and his family lodged in a very poorly constructed wooden shack which looked as if it might not last his ....

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ANDREW CARNEGIE

.... for a princely sum. Carnegie arrived in America in 1848, the eldest son of penniless Scottish immigrants. Starting from the bottom ....

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Business Accomplishments of ANDREW CARNEGIE

.... for a princely sum. Carnegie arrived in America in 1848, the eldest son of penniless Scottish immigrants. Starting from the bottom ....

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Business Relations of Andrew Carnegie & Lee Iacocca

.... for a princely sum. Carnegie arrived in America in 1848, the eldest son of penniless Scottish immigrants. Starting from the bottom ....

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Evolutionary Concepts in America Evolutionary concepts had a great ...

Evolutionary Concepts in America Evolutionary concepts had a great impact up. .... Among his supporters were Henry Ward Beecher, Andrew Carnegie and John Fiske. ....

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Various US History Questions Andrew Carnegie, The Gospel of Wealth ...

Andrew Carnegie, The Gospel of Wealth: Andrew Carnegie was the symbol of the .... an impoverished Scottish immigrant to be one of the wealthiest men in America. ....

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Social Class In America

Social Class In America Class divisions continue to exist and widen in American society .... for the excitement and what he views as elitism of Carnegie Hall, Schenly ....

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Equality and Opportunity in America, 1865-1914 T

Equality and Opportunity in America, 1865-1914 This paper will discuss the connected .... The success of Andrew Carnegie in rising from poor immigrant status to ....

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Rising Violence in America

Violence in America has risen steadily since 1960 .... Carnegie Mellon University criminologist Alfred Blumstein attributes the "large growth in crimes committed ( ....

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Violence in America

Violence in America has risen steadily since 1960 .... Carnegie Mellon University criminologist Alfred Blumstein attributes the "large growth in crimes committed ( ....

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12 Essays

.... commentator notes, ôGenerous and nanve while often grasping and ruthless, Andrew Carnegie personally embodied the contradictions that divided America in the ....

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Bill Gates

.... of American culture and society, men like John D. Rockefeller, JP Morgan, and Andrew Carnegie. These powerful “Robber Barons” during America’s Gilded Age ....

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Development of Railroads & US Expansion

.... of the railroads was not only the first big business venture in America but also .... Andrew Carnegie worked for a time on the railroad before developing the steel ....

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California Indians and Public Education During

.... Norman: U of Oklahoma Press, 1984. Tribal Colleges: Shaping the Future of Native America. Princeton: Carnegie Foundation, 1988.

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Bill Gates

.... The rhetoric of Carnegie is often demonstrated in the words and deeds of Bill .... nations, and represents the most charitable man in the history of America from a ....

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African-Americans and Public Libraries

.... by philanthropists (like Andrew Carnegie) and educators whose goal it was to provide access to reading materials to the middle and lower classes in America. ....

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JP Morgan

.... Merwin (p. 275) has stated that John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie had more .... the US treasury from a gold shortage and even financed an America's Cup winner ....

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Slovak Immigrants in the Early 1900s

.... But if they lose --- well, I suppose Carnegie will give them a library .... brought from the old country and modified according to the culture of America --- is a ....

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Robber Barons in American History

.... Andrew Carnegie, 84. New York: Oxford University Press, 1970. Degler, Carl. Out of Our Past: The Forces That Shaped Modern America. ....

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Impact of The Civil War

.... As Carnegie and Rockefeller took advantage of corporations and trusts to increase .... often blamed for the worsening economic and social conditions in America. ....

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American Imperialism and the Philippines

.... including Mark Twain, Grover Cleveland, lawyer Moorfield Storey, Andrew Carnegie, and Samuel .... he had been assured by Admiral Dewy that America would support ....

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Source

.... Carnegie was in poverty in America by age thirteen. “The returns were meager”…”mother was a busy woman”…he describes ....

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Government Power Expansion & Personal Liberties

.... essay in the debate is by Alan Pifer, President of the Carnegie Foundation, which .... prevailed, so that, save for the era of the Civil War, America drifted until ....

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Working Class Immigrant

.... Carnegie was also an immigrant from Scotland and now he practically owns the country .... the largest in the country” (An Outline 1). I arrived in America with my ....

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JP Morgan

.... was considered vital for national and industrial health in America, despite his .... other industrial and financial titans of his era, like Carnegie and Rockefeller ....

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Era of Jacksonian Democracy

.... Four-Party Politics in America. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1963. Chambers, William Nisbet. .... Vol. 5. Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution, 1931. . ....

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Library Education in the US

.... such as Georgetown University, the Catholic University of America, Vassar College .... C. Williamson summarized the results of a landmark Carnegie Commission survey ....

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Library Education in the US

.... such as Georgetown University, the Catholic University of America, Vassar College .... C. Williamson summarized the results of a landmark Carnegie Commission survey ....

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Life in the Iron Mills

.... where the cultural myth that the new United States of America was the .... Carnegie, however, as a member of the new aristocracy, romanticized poverty and preached ....

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The Life of Arturo Toscanini

.... as principal cellist and assistant chorus master, embarking on a tour of South America. .... the end of his career, conducting the final concert in Carnegie Hall on ....

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