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The Gospel of Wealth

Carnegie, Andrew. "Wealth." North American Review. 391st ed. Vol. 148. N.p.: n.p., 1889. N. pag. North American Review. Internet Modern History Sourcebook. Web. 13 Apr. 2016.

Which of the following BEST articulates the unstated assumption from lines 1-3 (“The problem…harmonious relationship”)?


Personal welfare is of secondary importance to the accumulation of wealth.


Social distinctions are more pronounced in industrial societies.


Income inequality is the greatest problem facing the industrialized world.


Economic problems are best solved by a central government.


Human connections should supersede disparity in wealth and social standing.

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