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All honor’s wounds are self-inflicted.
Capitalism is about turning luxuries into necessities.
I have had a long, long life full of troubles, but there
Take away my people, but leave my factories and soon grass will
There is no idol more debasing than the worship of money.
The man who dies leaving behind him millions of available wealth, which
The morality of compromise sounds contradictory.
There is very little success where there is very little laughter.
The best time to expand is when no one else dares to take risks
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