Unsuspecting man gets learned on Capitalism by 19th Century Tycoon


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A man is walking down the street, doing his normal thing and pondering lassez-faire Capitalism, when Mr. Andrew Carnegie stops him in his tracks and causes him to be learned.

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  • Sitting on this balcony looking over this industrialized city sure makes me wonder about laissez-faire Capitalism!
  • No way! Is that 19th century legend and tycoon Andrew Carnegie?!? I'm sure he knows loads about Capitalism!
  • Mr. Carnegie, could you please take a minute to explain Capitalism to me? Someday I wish to benefit from Capitalism just like you did!
  • No way! Is that Warren Buffett?!? I'm sure he could teach me loads about benefitting from a capitalistic economy!
  • Cool beans!
  • It gets even better! In a capitalistic economy, industry and trade is controlled by private owners for profit!
  • Why sure I can, young one! Capitalism is a social system where people make money using money.
  • Thanks a million, Mr. Carnegie! I'm sure that I'll greatly benefit from capitalism now that you've taught me all about it!
  • 10 Years Later
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