Andrew Carnegie

Andrew Carnegie

Authors: David Nasaw,

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Sometimes, the story isn’t enough. We want the whys — the raw human emotions that made legends who they are. Exceptionally talented historian, David Nasaw, gives us the story of one of America’s legends — Andrew Carnegie — a man who started with nothing and became one of America’s wealthiest men. Carnegie’s story extends from business and writing to international peace and unrestricted generosity.

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