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Well written, easy read, very informative.
Such details where obviously available to David Nasaw as their existence were mentioned several times in the books, yet the author had intentionally left them out.
I believe that a biography of Andrew Carnegie by David Nasaw makes a great contribution to the period of the time.
The author did such a great job at giving context to everything writes about Carnegie that it's like being there. Read morePublished 4 days ago by R. Clark
Too long. Way too much detail and quotes from long letters and not enough perspective.Published 1 month ago by Hamilton Beach Hater
While Mr. Nasaw writes with authority and verve, and has done considerable research that indicates he knows his subject, it is also apparent he doesn't much like Mr Carnegie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve Bancroft
This book not only give a detailed picture of Andrew Carnegie but also
a great understanding of the times in which he lived. 5 stars!!!
Interesting reading about man who had so much to do building this country.
Very good reading if you like good bios and history.
Haven't read it yet, will soon, just find this subject really interesting, and will add it to my own personal library, thanks.Published 4 months ago by thom willard
Very thorough account of the life of Andrew Carnegie from early days in Dunfurmline through to his final days in Lenox, MA. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Robert W. Hyland Jr.
David Nasaw's book on Andrew Carnegie was one of the more frustrating books I've read in a while. Unfortunately, the author never gives the reader a basic understanding of who... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Howard Schulman