The Men Who Built America
How five self-made men transformed the U.S into a global superpower.
|"A New War Begins" The nation attempts to rebuild following the destruction of the Civil War. (Repeat)||HISTORY|
|"Bloody Battles" Andrew Carnegie immigrates to the United States and learns about business; Carnegie hires Henry Frick to help him achieve his goal of besting Rockefeller. (Repeat)||HISTORY|
|"Changing the Game" Carnegie and Rockefeller continue to battle; JP Morgan establishes a bank in New York City; the Edison Electric Company is created and begins wiring homes in New York. (Repeat)||HISTORY|
|"When One Ends, Another Begins" Even as new resources are harnessed, America changes. (Repeat)||HISTORY|
Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J.P. Morgan and Henry Ford are names synonymous with innovation and big business in America. They all built empires and created advances in technology. They helped shape the country in its early days by doing things such as developing the models for modern railroads, creating the modern financial system and making cars accessible to the masses. The men came from meager beginnings to build their respective empires, which helped formulate the concept of the American Dream. This series profiles the lives of these early visionaries and includes perspectives from such modern business icons as Mark Cuban, Alan Greenspan, T. Boone Pickens and Jack Welch.
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