The Gospel Of Wealth, 1889

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The Gospel of Wealth, 1889

The Gospel of Wealth, 1889

Historical sources support the author's interpretation of the event, without primary sources I make conclusion about the past.

"The Gospel of Wealth" is more widely accepted in the U.S. than elsewhere, because it reflects the admiration of Americans for the businessmen, more marked than elsewhere. Besides, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett claim nothing of the sort. And even in America, television or cinema screen do not dramatize the lives of wealthy philanthropists. (Andrew, C., 1889)

To help interpret primary sources WHAT ARE THE KEY WORDS and what do they mean.

There are no such keywords mainly "The Gospel of Wealth" is the one which means when the Gospel shows their wealth. Comply with the Gospel is not to hide and thus failing to cooperate in changing structures that are quite unfair.

What point the author trying to make summarize the thesis?

It's in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century America, when there is the "scientific philanthropy" or "modern philanthropy," which creates "new instruments such as the foundation to donate money more wisely, [and also] reformed the concept of fundraising, with people like Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller, who "instituted what is known as endowed philanthropic foundation and specialized personnel in making donations" Andrew Carnegie, in 1889, he published an essay entitled "The gospel of wealth", which proposes seven ways to practice philanthropy:

a) Establish a university

b) To establish free libraries

c) Set up laboratories and medical research centers,

d) Public parks

e) Provide rooms for meetings and concerts

f) Establish public pools,

g) Assist the churches, especially those located in poor communities (Andrew, C., 1889)

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