Villain or hero?
Andrew Carnegie once said, "No man can become rich without enriching others." The U.S. was between wars, inventions, technology, and also successful movements with one another. As business offered the best chances, certain people became well known, due to what they created. For example, Thomas Edison; who invented the light bulb had become “famous” along with other well known people. The "king of steel," Andrew Carnegie; was a true hero known to mankind. Andrew Carnegie was born in November 1835, in an attic room in Dunfermline, Scotland. His family and he grew up poor. Andrew, never lived the rich life when we was a child. He always had to work his way through life, just to get money for his family; to survive. His working life began when he was twelve-years-old, started from a local textile mill and ended up becoming a business man. As Andrew began his life in the mill steel in his early twenties, he began to become wealthier day by day. Andrew Carnegie was a hero to all people in the country. He, himself, created millions of jobs for people all over the industry markets. Carnegie gave people jobs from all ages to earn money for their families. As business began to rise, competition began to form. According to (Doc B) competition is good for all races. Competition brings the best out of each department that competes against each other; it insures the survival of every business. Andrew Carnegie knew how to play the game, therefore he never went out of business but because of him he helped people get advancement technology and better quality items for a reasonable price (Doc B & D). Since, Carnegie was a competition to all steel business’s he helped people to be able to purchase better things for a cheaper price, which made him a hero for all people. Andrew Carnegie said, “There are but three modes in which surplus wealth can be disposed of. It can be left to the families of the decedents; or it can be bequeathed for public purposes;...
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