Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie

  • by Andrew Carnegie
  • Narrated by Kevin Theis
  • 10 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Labor is usually helpless against capital. The employer, perhaps, decides to shut up the shops; he ceases to make profits for a short time. There is no change in his habits, food, clothing, pleasures - no agonizing fear of want. Contrast this with his workman whose lessening means of subsistence torment him. He has few comforts, scarcely the necessities for his wife and children in health, and for the sick little ones no proper treatment. It is not capital we need to guard, but helpless labor. If I returned to business tomorrow, fear of labor troubles would not enter my mind, but tenderness for poor and sometimes misguided though well-meaning laborers would fill my heart and soften it; and thereby soften theirs.


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great autobiography

Although I was familiar with Andrew Carnegie vaguely before, his autobiography had never come up as one of the "must read autobiographies," but it most certainly should. I'd rank it up there with Ben Franklin's.
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- Alexander

Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie

I am always interested in the history of people and places I have visited.Andrew Carnegie was a fascinating figure and this story is told wonderfully by Kevin Theiss.I was provided this book free by the author,narrator or publisher.
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- Deedra

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-12-2016
  • Publisher: Bentwood Audio