By Andrew Carnegie
Andrew Carnegie used to be a Scottish-American businessman, an enormous philanthropist, and the founding father of the Carnegie metal corporation which later turned U.S. metal. He thought of the U.S. because the function version for democratic executive. In 1886, he penned his so much radical paintings, entitled victorious Democracy. The paintings used to be an try to argue his view that the yankee republican approach of presidency was once better to the British monarchical method. He committed his lifestyles to the paintings of supplying the capital for reasons of public curiosity and was once a strong supporter of the stream for spelling reform as a way of selling the unfold of the English language.
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