A confession: I have never disliked the “robber barons.” Written by Matthew Josephson (1899-1978), The Robber Barons told us how the great nineteenth industrial empires were built. Emphasizing the misdeeds of Rockefeller, Carnegie, Frick, and their contemporaries, the author helped…
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