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hi for my homework i have to identify the topics and summarize the viewpoints of "Wealth and its uses" by andrew carnegie..and idk what to write ne help would be appreciated thanks

What did Carnegie believe about wealth? How did he think lots of money should be used?

You might consider that he thought that wealth was deserved and excess money should be spent to benefit society.

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i figured it out i get it now thanks alot for your help ms.sue :)

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