Collectivism Doesn’t Create – Individual Liberty Does
Samuel Morse invented the telegraph — a device later improved by Thomas Edison, who went on to invent the phonograph, the electric light, and the motion picture projector.
George Washington Carver, among myriad agricultural accomplishments, developed peanuts and sweet potatoes into leading crops.
Architects like Louis Sullivan and William LeBaron Jenney created the skyscraper, and George Westinghouse, the inventor of train airbrakes, developed a power system able to transmit electricity over great distances.
The penniless Scottish immigrant Andrew Carnegie built a vast company manufacturing steel, and John D. Rockefeller did the same in the oil industry.
John Roebling perfected the suspension bridge Continue reading