Historians haven’t been terribly sympathetic to business leaders of the late nineteenth century. What should we think about Andrew Carnegie? Does he deserve the abuse of historians, or is there something to be said in his defense? The author of a new biography joins us!
About the Guest
Samuel Bostaph is professor emeritus of economics at the University of Dallas, where he served as chairman of the department of economics.
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Andrew Carnegie: An Economic Biography
Ep. 591 Presidents Who Screwed Up America (Brion McClanahan)
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