There’s a documentary out there produced by the History channel that discusses Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Rockefeller, JP Morgan, and Henry Ford. It also mentions some other names like a Tom Scott and a Henry Frick. Some of the information seems plausible but I have reservations. Does someone have some insight whether this is a historically reliable documentary? Thanks in advance.
I’ve watched it and while it has some value as far as the biographical portraits of those men, it generally sticks to the textbook version of history taught in schools, which isn’t surprising given that in all the History Channel “Civil War” documentaries/specials, they deify Lincoln at every turn.