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How Did JP Morgan Treat His Workers?

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John Pierpont Morgan was one of the influential bankers in history. Some people viewed him as a captain of industry, but others viewed him as a robber baron.He probably treated his workers horribly & very badly.
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Industrialist JP Morgan was very paternalistic toward his workers. Like any other industrial revolution baron, Morgan did not pay great wages by today's standards and did not abide by any minimum on hours per week. Morgan was also very charitable with his profits.
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He treated them pretty bad.
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If they were black, he probably treated them horribly, seeing as how he was a
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Both J.P. Morgan (known as Pierpont) and his son J.P. Morgan (known as Jack) were very paternalistic employers who, though they expected much from there direct reports, treated them
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John Pierpont (JP) Morgan was born on April 17, 1837 in Hartford, Connecticut. No mention of weight.
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