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安德鲁.卡内基 (Andrew Carnegie) 捐钱盖图书馆


Do you practice charitable acts for others? Andrew Carnegie, one of the world's most famous industrialists, believed in giving back to the country that helped him become a wealthy man--the United States. He did it in a big way! On March 12, 1901, the Scottish immigrant offered the city of New York $5.2 million for the construction of 65 branch libraries. Carnegie went on to use his fortune to build more libraries, schools and public foundations. Who was this generous man?

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