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Why did Andrew Carnegie support the existing social class system?

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What social classes existed within the feudal system?

monarchs then lords then knights then peasents    Added Detail:    As far as I can recall from the sleepy days of history class, the above answer is correct but

Andrew Carnegies views on social responsibility?

Industrialist, Andrew Carnegie introduced the concept of  philanthropy as an obligation of the wealthy, as opposed to a  choice. He believed the wealthy were the stewards of

Does the life of Andrew Carnegie support or counter the philosophy of social darwinism?

The super rich of the industrial era sought monopolies, where they could have complete dominance of an industry without any competition. They thus believed that the marketplac

Life of Andrew Carnegie support or counter the philosophy of social Darwinism?

The super rich of the industrial era sought monopolies, where they  could have complete dominance of an industry without any  competition. They thus believed that the market

Does social class still exist?

Actually it does. Not an actual, physical social class, but a mental one. Lets use a public school as an example. They have preppies,jocks,geeks, then outcasts. The preppies u

What social class was Andrew carnegie from?

He began his life in the lower-middle class, and when he and his family came here as immigrants from Scotland, they did not have wealth or prestige at all. But thanks to Carne

Where do social classes exist?

The answer is: everywhere. Even where there is no 'formal' elevated social class like the nobility, every country - even declared egalitarian societies like North Korea and Ch

Which social classes existed in Sumeria?

Social Classes:    - Upper class contained nobles, priests, government officials and  warriors.   - Merchants, traders and artisans made up a Middle or "Freeman"