what were andrew carnegie's views about black americans?

i am interested specifically in whether Carnegie took positions on race in America and generally in the position of other Captains of Industry.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    "The Louisville Western Branch Library for African-Americans was created in 1905 with the financial support of Andrew Carnegie. . .

    Carnegie was once quoted as saying, “We cannot afford to lose the *****.” We have urgent need of all and of more. Let us therefore turn our efforts to making the best of him.” "

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Carnegie got here to usa as a youthful, poor immigrant. usa provided danger that he grabbed a carry of and at last grew to become between the richest human beings in the international. i think of that is secure to assert that Andrew had a effective view of yank industry.

  • Gina C
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    grim...very grim.

    Source(s): Old and crafty
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