And had strikers harassed and killed.
All of those court documents indicting Carnegie for ordering those Pinkerton "hits" really work in your favor...
And was partly responsible for the deaths of over 2000 people in the Johnstown flood.
Right...It had nothing to do with the overcrowding of a city that was churning BECAUSE of Carnegie and the jobs and opportunities he was creating. Because the growing city had narrowed the river banks to gain building space, heavy rains had caused increased flooding in the years leading up to the flood. Apparently rich people are now responsible for natural disasters. The city governing body who sold the land, knowing the dam was in bad shape? Nah...
He also funded eugenics programs.
Ok. Just for laughs - "And while the law (of competition) may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best for the race, because it ensures the survival of the fittest in every department."
In the 18 years from 1901 to 1919 he gave away the bulk of his fortune of half a billion dollars at the rate of $25 million a year.
Philanthropy corporations started by Carnegie in the early 1900s are still giving away millions every year.
Tell me, what have you done with your time besides nitpick and annoy others at every chance you got?