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Andrew Carnegie Free download Ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub Tsburgh at the age of thirteen The embodiment of the American dream he pulled himself up from bobbin boy in a cotton factory to become the richest man in the world He spent the rest of his life giving away the fortune he had accumulated and crusading for international peace For all that he accomplished and came to represent to the American public a wildly successful businessman and capitalist a self educated writer peace activist philanthropist man of letters lover of culture and unabashed enthusiast for American democracy and capitalism Carnegie has remained to this day an enigma Nasaw explains how Carnegie made his early fortune and what prompted him to give it all away how he was drawn into the campaign first against American involvement in the Spanish American War and then for international. Why did Andrew Carnegie give away all of his money This is the uestion that Carnegie s biographers have to confront David Nasaw s authoritative new biography goes a long way toward answering the uestion even if he cannot perhaps no biographer can ultimately fathom Carnegie s complex motives and temperamentMr Nasaw deftly dismisses the conventional explanations Carnegie did not feel guilty about accumulating a vast fortune He did not feel he had earned his wealth immorally let alone illegally JP Morgan s claim that Carnegie became the richest man in the world when he sold his steel corporation to Morgan did not embarrass Carnegie a bit Carnegie did not build his famous public libraries or establish his endowments for peace and social welfare as public relations ploys Long before he became a controversial public figure during a period when he was regarded as a pro union supporter of the workingman and a rebuke to the robber barons of the Gilded Age he had resolved to divest himself of his capitalMr Nasaw s probes Carnegie s personality and philosophy which Carnegie wrote up as The Gospel of Wealth to describe an individual who believed he owed his good fortune to his community a key term in the Carnegian lexicon Unlike many self made men Carnegie was the son of a feckless Scottish weaver he did not claim he had succeeded through hard work and genius Carnegie scoffed at businessmen who put in 10 and 12 hour days Even at the height of his involvement in business Carnegie rarely spent a full day in his office He disliked the go getter mentality and counseled his fellow Americans to make opportunities for leisure Carnegie loved to travel read attend the theater and generally absorb culture which he regarded not as a frill but as a necessityCarnegie headed for the country s cultural capital New York City as soon as he could break away from commitments in Pittsburgh where he had begun his rise as a messenger boy and telegraph operator before graduating to Pennsylvania railroad executive positions Pittsburgh had set him up to sell bonds and form partnerships in the iron and steel industries based on insider trading not yet designated a crime or even considered immoral What Mr Nasaw dubs crony capitalism formed the basis of Carnegie s successBut the ebullient Carnegie one associate called him the happiest man he had ever met had literary aspirations and uoted Shakespeare liberally He befriended influential figures like Matthew Arnold and William Gladstone not to mention the man who became his philosophical mentor Herbert Spencer Indeed Spencer and Shakespeare went hand in hand for Carnegie to the point that he could close a deal uoting either writerHerbert Spencer Mr Nasaw believes is the key to Carnegie s decision to give away his money Spencer believed in evolutionary progress and that the apogee of human achievement was industrial society Mr Nasaw writes What counted most for Carnegie was not simply that Spencer had decreed that evolutionary progress was inevitable and industrial society an improvement on its forbears but that this progress was moral as well as material Businessmen like Carnegie were not the creators of this progress but its agents They arose out of the community that fostered their effortsIn Carnegie s view Spencer was not merely presenting ideas For him Spencer s notions were laws and so in The Gospel of Wealth Carnegie refers to the Law of Accumulation of Wealth and the Law of Competition In this positivist reading of history Carnegie met the world head on very much as he does in the evocative photograph on the cover of Mr Nasaw s biography Carnegie is shown walking toward us open to whatever experience has to teach him Naturally then he argued that he should give back what the world had in effect bestowed upon him So certain was Carnegie that great wealth must be redistributed that he even argued against the notion of inheritance for children of the wealthy Let them as well meet the world head onWith so much empathy for his community then how could Carnegie have consorted with Henry Clay Frick a notorious and brutal strikebreaker Unions Carnegie concluded did not understand that the Spencerian world had periods of downs as well as ups as Mr Nasaw s illustrates in his redaction of the philosopherIt seems hard than an unskillfulness which with all his efforts he cannot overcome should entail hunger upon the artisan Herbert Spencer had written almost as if he were advising Carnegie not to give in to the demands of employees It seems hard that a labourer incapacitated by sickness from competing with his stronger fellows should have to bear the resulting privations It seems hard that widows and orphans should be left to struggle for life or death Nevertheless when regarded not separately but in connection with the interests of universal humanity these harsh fatalities are seen to be full of the highest beneficenceOr as Carnegie himself notes in the social Darwinist The Gospel of Wealth included in a new Penguin paperback edited by Mr Nasaw While the law may be sometimes hard for the individual it is best for the race because it insures the survival of the fittest in every department As you may already have gathered Carnegie was a better stylist than SpencerBut a mystery remains in the heart of Andrew Carnegie s heart When he published Triumphant Democracy which essentially ignored the terrible suffering that Spencer s version of evolutionary progress entailed Spencer himself wrote Carnegie Great as may be hereafter the advantages of enormous progress America makes I hold that the existing generations of Americans and those to come for a long time hence are and will be essentially sacrificed What did Carnegie say to that Mr Nasaw does not comment except to say What mattered most was that he be taken seriously as a thinker and authorIn other words Mr Nasaw does not know what Carnegie thought of Spencer s rebuke Instead of just shilling for capitalism shouldn t Carnegie have explored its devastating conseuences as well Failure to do so deprived Carnegie of the very status of literary figure and thinker he cravedDidn t Carnegie understand as much And shouldn t Mr Nasaw probe this fatal flaw Instead he writes that Carnegie wore his many hats well So he did when he looked in his own mirror But biography ought to reflect perspectives not available to the subject Even where evidence is lacking some rather sharp uestions have to be asked of a subject who did so much good while refusing to acknowledge that it arose out of so much uestionable philosophy The Chicago Blues Guitar Method: Learn Chicago Blues Rhythm Guitar and Soloing pulled himself up from bobbin boy in a cotton factory to become the richest man in the world He spent the rest of his life giving away the fortune he had accumulated and crusading for international Tahdzib Syarh Ath Thahawiyah peace For all that he accomplished and came to represent to the American How the Hot Dog Found Its Bun 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Why did Andrew Carnegie give away all of his money This is the uestion that Carnegie s biographers have to confront David Nasaw s authoritative new biography goes a long way toward answering the uestion even if he cannot Uzumaki Vol4 perhaps no biographer can ultimately fathom Carnegie s complex motives and temperamentMr Nasaw deftly dismisses the conventional explanations Carnegie did not feel guilty about accumulating a vast fortune He did not feel he had earned his wealth immorally let alone illegally JP Morgan s claim that Carnegie became the richest man in the world when he sold his steel corporation to Morgan did not embarrass Carnegie a bit Carnegie did not build his famous Savage Spirit Dawn of Love Series #3 public libraries or establish his endowments for Why America is free A history of the founding of the American Republic 1750 1800 peace and social welfare as Drake Palma public relations Kuliah Aidah Islam ploys Long before he became a controversial The World Turned Upside 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Wealth included in a new Penguin Fame Fate and the First Kiss paperback edited by Mr Nasaw While the law may be sometimes hard for the individual it is best for the race because it insures the survival of the fittest in every department As you may already have gathered Carnegie was a better stylist than SpencerBut a mystery remains in the heart of Andrew Carnegie s heart When he Jiwo J#ncuk published Triumphant Democracy which essentially ignored the terrible suffering that Spencer s version of evolutionary Atlas of Monsters and Ghosts progress entailed Spencer himself wrote Carnegie Great as may be hereafter the advantages of enormous Rintik Tawa progress America makes I hold that the existing generations of Americans and those to come for a long time hence are and will be essentially sacrificed What did Carnegie say to that Mr Nasaw does not comment except to say What mattered most was that he be taken seriously as a thinker and authorIn other words Mr Nasaw does not know what 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Only invest in companies you have investigated yourself First dividend check here s the goose that lays the golden egg 24% interest Andy took self education seriously He wanted to read widely because that was what a man and a citizen did whether artisan or mechanic clerk or merchant Scottish or American Book learning was a means toward and a sign of moral distinction 45 He borrowed a book a week as a working boy where he could libraries were not as open to everybody as they are now And you had to have money to buy books Getting reading material at the time was difficult he had to seek knowledge with focus Sunny personality Bridge recalled He loved to find his own joy of living reflected by those about him He was the most consistently happy man I ever knew 172Andrew Carnegie started from a very poor background and became one of the richest people in the world and he had to be the father of the family oldest son making money at an early ageAfter his steel mills were making enormous amounts of money he simply distanced himself and travelled the world taking friends and family with himHe invested with his partners and mentor when he had an edge in ways that are by completely legit today He followed closely with his mentorRising above through industry and energy Andy s early career on the railroad replicated his first days as a telegraph operator He ingratiated himself with supervisors learned as much about the industry as possible and did than was expected if him 57 Slaughterboy presidents and The Golden House prime ministers to try to Oathbringer pull the world back from the brink of disaster With a trove of new material unpublished chapters of Carnegie's Autobiography; Darkest Powers Bonus Pack 2 personal letters between Carnegie and his future wife Louise and other family members; his حافظ، آب حیات prenuptial agreement; diaries of family and close friends; his applications for citizenship; his extensive correspondence with Henry Clay Frick; and dozens of The Ceramics Bible private letters to and from Becoming Daddy’s Cow: A Twisted Taboo Dubcon Lactation Body Transformation DD/lg Erotica presidents Grant Cleveland McKinley Roosevelt and British Research and Study Skills for Veterinary Nurses prime ministers Gladstone and Balfour as well as friends Herbert Spencer Matthew Arnold and Mark Twain Nasaw brilliantly Family Trust: A Plain English Guide for Australian Families of Average Means plumbs the core of this facinating and complex man deftly Pacesetters Who Killed Mohtta placing his life in cultural and Causality Electromagnetic Induction and Gravitation A Different Approach to the Theory of Electromagnetic and Gravitational Fields 2nd edition political context as only a master storyteller c. 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Andrew Carnegie Free download Ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub Majestically told and based on materials not available to any previous biographer the definitive life of Andrew Carnegie one of American business's most iconic and elusive titans by the bestselling author of The Chief The Life of William Randolph Hearst Celebrated historian David Nasaw whom The New York Times Book Review has called a meticulous researcher and a cool analyst brings new life to the story of one of America's most famous and successful businessmen and philanthropists in what will prove to be the biography of the season Born of modest origins in Scotland in 1835 Andrew Carnegie is best known as the founder of Carnegie Steel His rags to riches story has never been told as dramatically and vividly as in Nasaw's new biography Carnegie the son of an impoverished linen weaver moved to Pit. I consumed this 800 page biography at home and while traveling in trains and planes It s a huge book on a character whose name we now associate mostly with a few buildings and charity foundations It was a long slog to consume but the main reason I managed to complete it is the wonderful and lucid writing of the author David Nasaw Throughout we are given a lively picture of the era and the personalities from Andrew Carnegie his mother wife and daughter his several business partners such as Henry Clay Frick and to the Presidents he sought to influenceWe follow Andrew Carnegie from a poor family that emigrated from Scotland to the US Pittsburgh and how he became a rich businessman very rich Overall I found him to be a uirky fellow But he was no dour Scotsman he was very talkative on a great range of subjects and was forever optimistic He formed lasting friendships easily mostly with menHe had his mother live with him until she died in 1886 when he was 50 years old Up to that time he had been pursuing on and off Louise Whitfield for several years They finally married in 1887 she was 30 and he was 51 Their first and only child Margaret was born in 1897 Part of what I am trying to point out is that the guy who was a millionaire several times over and would be uite ruthless in his business dealings did not want to unsettle the relationship he had with his mother by marrying the woman he lovedCarnegie always seemed to be flying at a very high altitude above his factories especially his iron and steel workers He could not see the drudgery of their lives He himself was very careful to not overwork himself and was perpetually on vacations whether in Europe or in the US Carnegie was a traveling phenomenon and crossed the Atlantic several times and did one world tour He was constantly advising his business associates of the importance of time off and often would take them on his jaunts all expenses paid for But not his factory workers who he kept on a 12 hour day seven days a week At one point the unions succeeded in getting an 8 hour day Carnegie then proceeded to crush the unions and it was back to lower salaries and a 12 hour day Carnegie was no friend of the worker but he was totally oblivious to this thinking that he was beloved by them because he gave them employmentPossibly he felt his donations the building of libraries and philanthropies made up for this Many buildings in Pittsburgh and New York bare his name The author does not explore the idea that Carnegie sought to immortalize himself through these grandiose structures Many libraries in the US Canada and the UK were started and funded by Carnegie Interestingly he also believed that wealth should not be inherited that it should be given away or otherwise to be taxed by the governmentAfter he retired in the 1890 s JP Morgan bought off his iron and steel companies Andrew Carnegie became a tireless crusader for world peace This is commendable But like many business people who become involved in politics he overestimated his influence perhaps not realizing that politicians would not behave like his salaried business partners Presidents like Teddy Roosevelt became irritated of Carnegie s sometimes fawning and other times unstoppable flow of advice Carnegie did not realize that he was being scorned and ridiculed behind his back Mark Twain a friend of Carnegie also was given to caustic remarksThe author gives a wide canvas but as mentioned the length is excessive


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  • Hardcover
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  • Andrew Carnegie
  • David Nasaw
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  • 21 October 2018
  • 9781594201042