2 edition of education of American businessmen found in the catalog.
education of American businessmen
Frank Cook Pierson
Written in English
|Series||Carnegie series in American education|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||740|
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Business values saturated American culture. Americans considered corporate leaders to be "robber barons." There was a growing hostility to the growth of the "military-industrial complex." Postwar America held businessmen in contempt as war profiteers.
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Garrett’s The Driver, a novel based on the life of E. H. Harriman of the Union Pacific, was surely worth a glance. And ditto for Booth Tarkington’s The Plutocrat. Pennsylvania state constitution calls for free public education but only for poor children.
It is expected that rich people will pay for their children's schooling. New York Public School Society formed by wealthy businessmen to provide education for poor children.