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Communist vs. Capitalist
Andrew Carnegie's The Gospel of Wealth describes a capitalist society in which each man works for himself in the race for independent wealth. In this caste society, progress is defined as the continual accumulation of material wealth. An individual's organizational skills lead to his success; his success acquires wealth, which in turn provides higher social status than his working class counterparts. Carnegie defines progress as material gain. He claims that over the years, wealth has been accumulated slowly through generations. Does this accumulation of wealth truly define progress? Does this definition of a capitalistic society include all members of the society?
Carnegie has failed to include the working class counterparts to these so-called "successful" men. Carnegie's definition of capitalism is one sided and does not recognize the value of the disfavored members of its society. In reality, the only people who bene...
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