A man of contradictions, Carnegie was born poor yet became the wealthiest man in America. Was he an altruist or heartless opportunist? Vicious union strike breaker or labor advocate? Ruthless robber baron or beloved philanthropist? When he died at 83, Carnegie was worth $480 million and had donated $350 million to public libraries, world peace, Carnegie Mellon, Carnegie Hall, and Tuskegee Institute. Learn about this legendary, controversial figure and what drove him to accumulate and then donate his vast fortune.