To illustrate how deep this cancer was rooted in government, in order to achieve this end he had to fire 2, of the 11, employees of the Federal Government.
I enjoy both fiction and non-fiction, so I requested this one and was approved. Wanted to immerse myself in the culture before the trip.
Carnegie has died during the Atlantic voyage. She learns quickly, befriends some of the other staff, even fights with a few. Their relationship grows and begins to cause a few folks to question what is going on in the Carnegie household.
This is a story about the relationship between the Carnegie family and their staff, love between two unexpected souls and the vicious rules of society. It is about pages with short chapters, told from the perspective of Mrs. Benedict does a fantastic job at transporting us to the setting of the story, which makes it a strong connection.
I learned a bit about how Carnegie grew to fame and fortune. The book has made me curious to know how much of this story is true, hence why I am on the lookout for a biography on him and the family. A good author makes that happen We only see a glimpse less than ten years of the life between these characters, then it jumps to when they are much older.
I loved seeing a future glance rather than everything that happened over the years after Andrew and Clara met. But on a few occasions, I thought simpler phrases or imagery would have helped with the complexity in the differences between the time period and today.
Final Thoughts Good read. I liked the style. Matches the style of the time period. Overall, better than average.
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labor history, third behind the Ludlow Massacre and the Battle of Blair Mountain. Toward the end of his days, at the close of World War I, Andrew Carnegie was already a kind of national legend.
His meteoric rise, the scandals and successes of his industrial generalship—all this was blurred into nostalgic memory.
Jane Bensen 5th hour The Master of Steel: Andrew Carnegie Robert L. Heilbroner Thesis: In Andrew Carnegie, failures, such celebrating industrial power, but also integrity, of giving his money away can be seen of the Gilded Age America.
Two more primary actors in the geoengineering deception effort (also part of "Carnegie Science") are Dr. Ken Caldeira and Douglas MacMartin (AKA Doug MacMynowski).
The 10 minute video below is a very revealing exposé, is their acting convincing? Soldiers of the Great War: Pennsylvania. All personal and place names in this list are as found in Soldiers of the Great War, Volume III -- compiled by W. M. Haulsee, F. G. Howe, A. C. Doyle and published in by "Soldiers Record Publishing Association," Washington, leslutinsduphoenix.com effort has been made to transcribe the names from the text as accurately as possible.