2 edition of Wisdom from the Robber Barons found in the catalog.
Wisdom from the Robber Barons
George David Smith
March 1, 2000 by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English
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Featuring lively commentary from Smith and Dalzell as well as period illustrations, Wisdom from the Robber Barons will capture the imagination of any business reader who aspires to make a mark /5(3).
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Rockefeller, James J. Hill, Andrew Mellon, Charles Schwab, and the Scranton family/5(). The Robber Barons "Who owns History. Everyone and no one–which is why the study of the past is a constantly evolving, never-ending journey of discovery.” p.
xix — Eric Foner humanities for wisdom. The robber barons have been done to death, so there’s really nothing new in this history. Most of the events of the Gilded Age are covered here.
That said, today most books on the period have forgotten about the Northern Pacific railroad war and the later career of Jay Gould/5. Wisdom from the Robber Barons: Enduring Business Lessons from Rockefeller, Morgan, and the First Industrialists by George David Smith and Frederick Dalzell (Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product.
The Robber Barons: The Great American Capitalistsby Matthew Josephson (read 8 Nov ) The author has a Marxist view of capitalism but the book seems pretty factual.
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The term "robber baron" first appeared during feudal times, when it described a nobleman who robbed people passing through his domain. The concept was used much later during the Gilded Age () of American history, to refer to a handful of people who governed the business world by taking total control of the industrialization of the United States, a process also known as the Industrial.
While writing this book I did a lot of fun research on robber barons like Rockefeller and Morgan. But the most helpful stuff came from studying royal families and mad emperors. The best book I read was probably A King’s Own Story, which is the memoir of Edward VIII. Also, anything about Ivan the Terrible or Ted Turner.
It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they.
The men who were called robber barons were often portrayed in a positive light, as “self-made men” who had helped build the nation and in the process created many jobs for American workers. However, the public mood turned against them in the late 19th century.
Wisdom from the Robber Barons: Enduring Business Lessons from Rockefeller, Morgan, and the First Industrialists Smith, George David;Dalzell, Frederick Published by Castle Books, U.S.A. Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.
It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their.
Influenced by Charles A. Beard and the Depression, and with only one major exception, Stendhal: or the Pursuit of Happiness (), Josephson changed his focus of interest from literature to economic history when he published The Robber Barons in This was followed by more full-length works in which Josephson served as a spokesman for intellectuals of his generation who were dissatisfied with.
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He is the author of, among other books, Al Smith: Hero of the Cities, winner of the Van Wyck Brooks prize for biography and history. Read an : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Usage. The term robber baron derives from the Raubritter (robber knights), the medieval German lords who charged nominally illegal tolls (unauthorized by the Holy Roman Emperor) on the primitive roads crossing their lands or larger tolls along the Rhine river.
The metaphor appeared as early as February 9,when The New York Times used it to characterize the business practices of. Robber baron, pejorative term for one of the 19th-century U.S.
industrialists and financiers who made fortunes by monopolizing huge industries. Those who credit U.S. capitalism’s growth to these tycoons call them ‘captains of industry.’ Learn more about the achievements and transgressions of the robber barons.
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[Download] The Myth of the Robber Barons Hardcover Online. Phoebus Jerker. The Myth of the Robber Barons Quotes Showing of 11 “The second point is that, in the key industries we have studied, the state failed as an economic developer. It failed Authors: Burton W. Folsom, Jr. Two of the sources used in this essay are The Robber Barons: The Great American Capitalists by Matthew Josephson and Wisdom from the Robber Barons: Enduring Business Lessons from Rockefeller, Morgan, and the First Industrialists by George D.
Smith which will be evaluated for their origins, purposes, values, and limitations. Conventional wisdom, which often is mostly convention and very little wisdom, confidently instructs us that rapacious capitalists dominated and victimized American society in the latter half of the nineteenth century.
The white knight of government then rode to the rescue of hapless workers and consumers. The message: business bad, government good. Looking for books by Frederick Dalzell. See all books authored by Frederick Dalzell, including Rising Tide: Lessons from Years of Brand Building at Procter & Gamble, and Wisdom from the Robber Barons: Enduring Business Lessons from Rockefeller, Morgan, and the First Industrialists, and more on Robber barons were a group of powerful businessmen, named robber barons by the media, who felt they had gotten their sometimes hundreds of billions (in today’s money) through immoral and unscrupulous methods.
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In this radio interview, Ayn Rand argues that nineteenth-century industrialists were unjustly vilified by the epithet “robber baron.” Pointing out the need to distinguish between businessmen who get rich by production and voluntary trade, and those who get rich through government favoritism and legalized coercion, Rand observes that all the evils popularly ascribed to capitalism were.
In Wisdom from the Robber Barons: Enduring Business Lessons from Rockefeller, Morgan, and the First Industrialists Dalzell and George David Smith recount the stories of America's legendary "robber barons," including their views on such important business topics as risk taking, innovation, leadership, and growth strategies.
The authors maintain. This book was first written in and remains the definite description of the Robber Barons. The author describes the Barons in the context of the political, social, and industrial trends of the time. It describes how they were shaped by the industries they were in, and by the competitive forces set in motion by each by: The Robber Barons and the Progressive Era | Tom Woods - Duration: Infinite Wisdom Recommended for you.
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White’s scathing narrative is often reminiscent of older histories and novels about the Gilded Age that pit clever, if immoral, “robber barons” against a public that grew increasingly Author: Michael Kazin. book The Robber Barons from "the folklore of the Kansas Green-backers and Populists of the 's."3 With the publication in of Henry Demarest Lloyd's Wealth against Commonwealth, the idea of the robber barons gained new importance for American intellectuals.
Lloyd, an independently.A robber baron or robber knight (German: Raubritter) was an unscrupulous feudal landowner who, protected by his fief's legal status, imposed high taxes and tolls out of keeping with the norm without authorization by some higher authority.
Some resorted to actual banditry. The German term for robber barons, Raubritter (robber knights) was coined by Friedrich Bottschalk in The Robber Baron making his peace with the Church "Thronging the castle-yard was a crowd of servants and retainers" A wild chase through Ouse marshes The council at Northampton A desperate plunge "Through fire and smoke the besiegers stormed the breach" *THE ROBBER BARON OF BEDFORD CASTLE.* *CHAPTER I.* _*BY THE BANKS OF OUSE.*_.