Books Worth Re-reading

The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie


Andrew Carnegie was born in 1835 in Scotland but immigrated to America when he was 13 and was able to rise to the highest echelons of society through his steel empire. He is one of the world’s great philanthropists and gave away the majority of his wealth before his death to several causes such as public libraries, world peace, improving the human condition and strengthening democracy.

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So much to be gotten out of Carnegie’s autobiography that I made it a bit more of a formal write-up

The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie

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