Why did Andrew Carnegie argue in favor of monopolies?
Andrew Carnegie argued in favor of monopolies because too much competition can be disadvantageous to business owners. The other smaller companies will take more of the market share.
They don't exist...monopolies are caused by government intervention in the market. Excessive regulations, permits, fees etc. create barriers to entry for competitive entrepreneurs, and there is often times legislation passed in favor of large corporations. A truly competitive free market does not have monopolies.
he is in the sence that he controlled the steel industry and made it a monoply to his favor so that he could charge more and paid his workers very little but he was also a captin of the industry because he gave back in many ways such as colleges and carnige theatere in NYC and many other things like that
How does the author of the editorial It's Time for a Nation to Return the Favor argue for his or her conclusion?
Andrew Jackson believed in Democracy; it was during his campaign that the Democratic party was established. He defended the principle of majority rule and was in favor of more rights for the common man. He was the only President who was openly in favor of slavery. He was in favor of limited power of the national government. He wished to uphold the national government's obligation to defend the common people against the "monied aristocracy." He…
The word "advocate" can be used as a noun or a verb. As a verb, it means to argue in favor of of something. Here are two examples: (advocate as a verb) - While the majority of people in the community aren't in favor of school uniforms, I've decided to advocate them. (advocate as a noun) - I've decided to be an advocate for school uniforms.
The Progressive movement was more interested in putting restrictions on big business to end monopolies and price-fixing. They pushed for laws to help farmers get a fair prices for their efforts. They were in favor of giving women the vote and equal rights for women. They did not push to end racial segregation.
This was a battle to unionize steel workers of Carnegie Steel Company in Pennsylvania. The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers (AA) was an American labor union formed in 1876. It was a craft union representing skilled iron and steel workers. Carnegie was publicly in favor of the Unions but only publicly. He and his manager Henry Frick were bound to break the union. The Homestead was a setback to the union. The Pennsylvania…
While the above isn't even a question, I get what's being asked. The word "advocate" can be used as a noun or a verb. As a verb, it means to argue in favor of of something. Here are two examples: (advocate as a verb) - While the majority of people in the community aren't in favor of school uniforms, I've decided to advocate them. (advocate as a noun) - I've decided to be an advocate…