Andrew Carnegie Wealth

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In Andrew Carnegie’s essay “Wealth,” he believed that he had a responsibility to spend his money on something to benefit the greater good. He believe that the rich should distribute their wealth responsibly to benefit society. One of his quotes say, “The man who dies thus rich dies disgraced.” Carnegie starts off talking social Darwinism, the issue of inequality and how and if he could fix it. Capitalism ensured that the smartest and most talented people would rise to the top. This would make them become significantly wealthier than anyone. This meant that power and wealth was concentrated in the hands of a small number of people. This made a huge divide between the rich and poor. Although the divide between the rich and poor was significant,

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