Analysis Of The Gospel Of Wealth By Andrew Carnegie

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In a brief introduction, the 19th century was marked by the development of scientific knowledge. The search for new technologies, leveraged by the Industrial Revolution, caused scholars to multiply in various areas of knowledge. At that time, various academies and associations geared for the "progress of science" recognized the figure of scientists and put them as important agents of social transformation. In 1889, with the publication of the book "The Gospel of Wealth", Andrew Carnegie comes to the classical approach of social responsibility of the large companies. The book was largely responsible to legitimate of the way the American society organized. Carnegie based the work on two principles. The Charity Principle preached that the most
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