Compare and contrast the attidues of THREE of the following toward the wealth that was developed in the United States during the late...
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The late 19th century was a time of rapid industrialization in the United States during
which many people developed different views towards wealth and the wealthy class.
Three specific viewers who had similar,
but contrasting opinions of this were Andrew Carnegie,
Eugene V. Debs, and Booker T.
Washington who believed that wealth could either enable people
to rise in society or that it should be distributed.
Washington's stance of the wealth created was that it enabled people to rise in
Different from Andrew Carnegie and Eugene V.
he integrated his view into his
plan for racial equality.
He encouraged black Americans to create a strong economic base.
Washington believed that his vision for black Americans would eventually lead to equal political
and civil rights. In the meantime,
he advised blacks to put aside immediate demands for voting
and ending racial segregation.
As a result,
he developed the Bootstrap Theory which stated that
if the country had a black economic base,
rights would follow and racism would fade.
found the Tuskegee Institution where Black Americans could learn skills needed for jobs.…...