Which country is better for children, rich or poor?

Andrew Carnegie, the former chief economist at Goldman Sachs, is a billionaire who has been outspoken about inequality and wealth inequality in the United States.

Carnegie is the author of the forthcoming book Inherited Wealth, in which he argues that the United Kingdom has been better off for its children.

In a new interview with The American Conservatives, Carnegie said that he believes that the country has been a better place for children than for those of lesser means.

“I think we are a better society because of the generosity of our society,” Carnegie told the American Conservative.

“If you ask people what their ideal society would look like, the answer is, well, a lot better than ours.

And that is because we are all just more generous.

Carnegie argued that while the rich are “doing a lot more, and they are doing a lot of it, and the poor are doing less,” the United Sates has been doing “better than other countries.”””

I don’t think we’re any worse than other rich countries, I think the rich countries are actually worse than the rest of the developed world.”

Carnegie argued that while the rich are “doing a lot more, and they are doing a lot of it, and the poor are doing less,” the United Sates has been doing “better than other countries.”

“I’ve said that I think if you go back and look at what America did, it was an incredible success story,” Carnegie said.

“What it did was it built a very strong middle class.

It’s a much more equal society. “

It was also able to create a new middle class that was a lot less unequal than it was before.

It’s a much more equal society.

And I think we have a much higher standard of living than we did before.””

And I think that’s what we’re seeing here.

And I think we have a much higher standard of living than we did before.”