During the great industrial age, Andrew Carnegie was in a class of his own. Also known as a great steel baron, Carnegie believed in investing in philanthropic causes and the future of mankind. One of Carnegie's most notorious sayings was that any man that dies rich - dies disgraced.
Although born in Scotland, Andrew Carnegie immigrated to the United States with his parents as a young child. He began his climb to the top as a modest errand boy and eventually moved into the steel industry. By the time he was an adult, Carnegie was one of the richest men in the country. Known as a generous man, he spent a great deal of his fortune investing in organizations that aimed to advance social progress and improve conditions for people of all classes. Andrew Carnegie was also intensely interested in world peace and the security of democracy.
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