Analysis: A Picture Of A King Standing On An Oil Barrel

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When you first see the picture it immediately shows a picture of a king standing on an oil barrel. The king is Vanderbilt in his prime. He is king of the railroads and you can see that because his crown is made of the railroads. Along with his crown being made of railroads, it is also so tall it leaves a shadow on all of the united states stating that he is the most powerful in this country. Another thing is the fact that he is standing on a Standard Oil barrel which can either signify that he is the big thing right now and oil is going to be next big thing. It can also signify that he has a stable ground of income that can support his giant needs. Another fact in the picture to prove both the previous statements is that on top of his crown

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