The odds are that Carnegie would have been a great success as a manipulator of money. But at heart, he was a man of the real, rather than the financial, economy. In 1872, he had become convinced that steel wold lie at the center of real work. "My preference was always for manufacturing. I wished to make something tangible."

— Richard Tedlow  

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