Andrew Carnegie and the Age of Steel
A biography of the Scottish immigrant who became the richest man in the world for his time, due to his involvements in the railroad, telegraph, iron, and steel; and who before he died disposed of the bulk of his fortune in philanthropic ways, feeling that a man who died with his fortune intact died disgraced.
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