Essay About Andrew Carnegie

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You are at a dinner party and have been seated next to any historical figure from our course. This single person is of your choosing but may not be any President, Monarch, Head of State, a Religious Leader of similar stature, or the winner of the Nobel Prize. You have their undivided attention and they are required to answer any and all of your questions (minimum of five questions + answers). Who do you select as your dinner guest and what do you want to know? How will they answer your questions?