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Teddy Roosevelt on American debt
The Strenuous Life ^
| Theodore Roosevelt
Posted on 08/23/2012 10:05:23 AM PDT by GreatestGuyIKnow
"No country can long endure if its foundations are not laid deep in the material prosperity which comes from thrift, from business energy and enterprise, from hard, unsparing effort in the fields of industrial activity; but neither was any nation ever yet truly great if it relied upon material prosperity alone." Page 5
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TOPICS: Books/Literature; Business/Economy
KEYWORDS: conservative; teaparty
We can talk about his Progressivism, but the debt he incurred has yielded return for 100 years, and has paid for itself (the Panama Canal, that Carter gave away). Great man.
Looks like Bartelby once again would really “rather not”
do it-—allow itself to be opened, that is.
Got Bartleby to open, finally, to TR’s Chicago speech.
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