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27 August, 00:23

Andrew Carnegie would most likely have invoked which argument to justify

his business practices?

A. "My success demonstrates that I am best able to judge what to do

with wealth."

B. "My achievements have been built on the backs of my workers,

and I owe them."

C. "Monopoly better enables the right business leaders to provide fair

wages and prices."

D. "Legal principle and just regulation are the best guides to the

pursuit of fortune."

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  1. 27 August, 01:24
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    D. "Legal principle and just regulation are the best guides to the

    pursuit of fortune."
  2. 27 August, 02:21
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    Legal principle and just regulation are the best guides to the pursuit of fortune (D)

    Explanation:

    Andrew Carnegie been a successful business man would definitely hinged his success and business practices when making arguments on how successful he has been over time on the Legal principle and just regulation that he has followed and practiced over the period which he has been in business.

    Just government regulations and good legal principle are the backbone of most successful business, monopoly doesn't enable the right business leaders to provide fair wages and prices in the market
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