Carnegie And The American Dream

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He seemed to be touched by an angel. No matter what was wrong with the world, Andrew Carnegie was to consistently capitalize on success. Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, in 1835. "Protected by proud and self-sacrificing parents, Andrew may not have known in these years what real poverty was?"(Wall, Andrew Carnegie) Andrew Carnegie's formal education ended after elementary school, the family's respect for books and learning ensured that Carnegie's education would continue throughout his life...
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Born the son of a weaver, Carnegie's family suffered the effects of the industrial revolution. The mass production of the new steam looms left countless families out of work. To escape the depression of their hometown his family immigrated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1848. At the age of thirteen, Carnegie began his new life in America as a bobbin boy in a cotton factory...
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