Morgan, Rockefeller, And Carnegie: Captains Of Industry

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Morgan, Rockefeller, and Carnegie all had their times when they acted like robber barons but the things they did as Captains of Industry over power what they did wrong which shows they did more good than bad. For example Carnegie donated more than $350 million to further public education, and build over 2,500 libraries. He did have times when he had his workers work long hours with little pay but his good, overpowered his bad. Another example was made by Rockefeller, in 1913, The Rockefeller Foundation was officially established and Rockefeller transferred $235,000,000 to it by 1929. He donated his money and proved he was a captain of industry. The only times he was a robber baron was when he discouraged union activity in his corporation and

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