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J.P. Morgan

  • Date Submitted: 01/10/2013 08:31 PM
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Topic: J.P. Morgan
General Purpose: To Inform
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the notorious and ambitious industrialist, J.P. Morgan
Thesis: J.P. Morgan’s legacy left a strong impact upon American economics, which has lasted for the past century.

I. Introduction
A. Attention Getter: Generations of Americans have played the game Monopoly, but few know that it, along with its mascot, “Rich Uncle
Pennybags”, was inspired by a real person who was
fundamental in keeping the American economy stable for
decades. Presidents sought him out to preserve the nation.
For four decades, the power was not held by the Oval      
Office, nor by Congress, nor by the People. Rather,
it rested in the pocketbook of John Pierpont Morgan.
B. Reason to Listen: In order to understand how America rose to superpower status in the mid-late nineteenth century, one must look
back to the legacies of our industrial founding fathers,
primarily J.P. Morgan.
C. Thesis Statement: J.P. Morgan’s legacy left a strong impact upon American
economics, which has lasted for the past century.
D. Credibility Statement:
1. The concepts of monopoly and economic power have fascinated me for
years.
2. According to my research, J.P. Morgan has left the most lasting impact on
American economics.
E. Preview of Main Points:
1. To begin with, I will discuss J.P. Morgan’s youth, and what shaped him
into the hardliner tycoon that he was.
2. Next, I will discuss the actions Morgan took which caused him to
accumulate immense power and influence on American government
and economy.
3. Lastly, I will discuss what Morgan did to leave such a lasting impression
on the world of economics.

II. J.P. Morgan’s legacy left a strong impact upon America economics, which has lasted for the past century.
A. John Pierpont Morgan was born intended to be a powerful leader
1. His father played a...

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