November 25, 2012
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by Meredith Galante and Gus Lubin As the world plunges head first into a New Gilded Age, we’re taking a look back at the first Gilded Age. One of the most impressive figures of this era was an immigrant textile worker who became the richest man in the world. We’re talking about the mighty Andrew Carnegie.
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