Philanthropy In The Gilded Age

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Philanthropy is the desire to promote the welfare of others. It is especially shown when individuals donate money to good causes. Philanthropy gradually improves farmer’s wages and factory workers working conditions. There were many great examples of this in the Gilded Age, one being, Andrew Carnegie. He was one of the most influential philanthropists in the Guiled Age. He published the “Gospel of Wealth” which told people to form a union and demand higher wages. In this he talked about a man who dies rich will die disgraced. The book also said that the rich folk had a duty to give away whatever money they don’t need to the poor to support their families. Carnegie helped build multiple libraries and became patron of many schools, museums,

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