Social Studies 8R - HELP!

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Is the steel industry that Carnegie controlled made him a a robber baron or no what made him a robber baron is that he succeed which included exploiting workers and others.

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    He was a robber baron because he used unethical tactics to defeat his steel company competitors and exploited his workers. In other words, he stole from both other companies and his employees.

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    I was partciality right just forgot one more detail

    Thank You Ms. Sue! :)

    Now I understand

    btw -- when do you mean he stole from his "employees"

    and as for other companies you mean ideas right?

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    also what does unethical tactics means???

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    Carnegie also charged his customers less than his costs so that they would buy from him rather than from his competitors.

    He stole from his employees by underpaying and overworking them.

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    ok

    thanks! :)

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    You're welcome.

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