Little Boss: A Life of Andrew Carnegie
Mainstream, 1997 - 320 ページ
Charting the rise of Andrew Carnegie, this book follows his life from his humble birthplace in Dunfermline to the squalor of Pittsburgh in the 1840s, and his dramatic ascent to fame and fortune. It explores the conflicts of a ruthless captain of industry, who gave away millions to charity.
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