Category:Andrew Carnegie - Triumphant Democracy: Or Fifty Years March of the Republic (Classic Reprint)
Triumphant Democracy: Or Fifty Years March of the Republic (Classic Reprint)
Born a subject of the Monarchy, adopted a citizen of the Republic, how could it be otherwise than that I should love both lands and long to do whatever in me lay to bring their people to a Hke affection for each other !T he lamentable ignorance concerning the new land which I have found even in the highest political circles of the old first suggested to me how delightful the task would be to endeavor to show something of what the Republic really is, and thus remove, at least in part, the misconceptions which still Hnger in the minds of many good people of Britain. I believed, also, that my attempt would give to Americans a better idea of the great work their country had done and is still doing in the world. Probably few Americans will read this book without being astonished at some of the facts elicited.
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