THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF ANDREW CARNEGIE AND HIS ESSAY THE GOSPEL OF WEALTH
Industrialist, innovator, scholar, and philanthropist, Carnegie gave away more than ninety percent of his wealth for the establishment of libraries, schools, and hospitals. In addition to describing how he amassed his wealth, his memoir chronicles the deliberate and systematic distribution of his fortune.
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