Add a Dash of Cash
November 20, 2012
Back in the late 19th century when the so-called robber barons were at the height of their power and control over the American economy, people like Andrew Carnegie dominated steel, John D. Rockefeller had oil, Jay Gould and various Vanderbilts had railroads yet their grip on these various industries could slip if a financial crisis erupted and they found themselves temporarily short of cash.
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