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Andrew Carnegie

How did he treat his (its) workers

He exploited them, he did whatever necessary to make a profit. However, he established large pension funds for Homestead workers.
what does exploited means

does it mean to torture someone or didn't treat them with respect????

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    Exploit means to treat someone poorly in order to get labor from him or her.

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