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  • A subtrope of Evil Is Cool: Basically, if there's a truly evil male villain, he's going to be a sharp-dressed villain. He'll wear a sharp-looking suit. Silk tie, expensive shirt, exquisitely ironed pants, leather belt and perfect jacket. Always perfectly in fashion. Bonus points if it's a monochrome suit, and extra-special bonus points if it's a monochrome black suit.

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  • Political economy or economics is a study of mankind in the ordinary business of life; it examines that part of individual and social action which is most closely connected with the attainment and with the use of the material requisites of wellbeing. Thus it is on the one side a study of wealth; and on the other, and more important side, a part of the study of man. For man's character has been moulded by his every-day work, and the material resources which he thereby procures, more than by any other influence unless it be that of his religious ideals; and the two great forming...

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  • According to Adam Smith, money originated in man’s rational effort to meet the necessity of finding some medium of exchange. Money is responsible for increasing the production and thus adds to the creation of wealth and also in accelerating consumption with the concomitant rise in the standard of living of the people.

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  • This little book came into existence as if it were by chance. The author had devoted himself for a long time to the study of Beethoven and carefully scrutinized all manner of books, publications, manuscripts, etc., in order to derive the greatest possible information about the hero. He can say confidently that he conned every existing publication of value.

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  • ANDREW CARNEGIE AND THE "GOSPEL OF WEALTH" Although Eliot and Andrew Carnegie were nearly exact contemporaries, no two men could have been more different. One epitomized the "Man of Family," "French-polished by society and travel," with "four or five generations of gentlemen and gentlewomen," colonial officials and Doctors of Divinity appropriately protrayed by Smibert and Copley, a man who as a child had "tumbled about in a library" -- the inheritor of "family traditions and the cumulative humanities" of New England's Brahmin Caste.

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  • We must first acknowledge George S. Clason’s ageless compilation of The Richest Man in Babylon as the wonderful philosophical basis for the Money Mastery principles. The essence of paying oneself, dealing forthrightly with debt, and seeking financial mentors is what this book is built upon

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  • Toward the close of a pleasant September afternoon, in one of the years when the big stick of President Roosevelt was cudgeling the shoulders of malefactors of great wealth, the feverish home-bound masses which poured into upper Fifth Avenue with the awakening of the electric night were greeted by the strangest of all spectacles which can astound a metropolitan crowd harassed by the din of sounds, the fret and fury of the daily struggle which is the tyranny of New York.

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  • Although the term "Waste Places" carries an implied meaning of "worthless," yet, interpreted in the light of Nature's methods, each region described, useless as it may apparently seem, possesses a definite relation to the rest of the world, and therefore to the well-being of man. The Sahara is the track of the winds whose moisture fertilizes the flood-plains of the Nile. The Himalaya Mountains condense the rain that gives life to India. From the inhospitable polar regions come the winds and currents that temper the heat of the tropics....

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  • There is need to realize the fact that the present state of the world and especially the present state ofmonetary affairs are the necessary consequences of the application of the doctrines that have got hold of the minds ofour contemporaries. The great inflations ofour age are not acts ofGod. They are man-made or, to say it bluntly, govern- ment-made. They are the off-shoots of doctrines that ascribe to governments the magic power ofcreating wealth out ofnothing and ofmaking people happy by raising the 'national income'....

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  • Whether there ever was, is, or will be, an industrious nation poor, or an idle rich? 2. Qu. Whether a people can be called poor, where the common sort are well fed, clothed, and lodged? 3. Qu. Whether the drift and aim of every wise State should not be, to encourage industry in its members? And whether those who employ neither heads nor hands for .the common benefit deserve not to be expelled like drones out of a well-governed State? 4. Qu. Whether the four elements, and man's labour therein, be not the true source of wealth? 5. Qu. Whether...

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  • Three momentous things symbolize the era that begins its cycle with the memorable year of 1776: the Declaration of Independence, the steam engine, and Adam Smith's book, "The Wealth of Nations." The Declaration gave birth to a new nation, whose millions of acres of free land were to shift the economic equilibrium of the world; the engine multiplied man's productivity a thousandfold and uprooted in a generation the customs of centuries; the book gave to statesmen a new view of economic affairs and profoundly influenced the course of international trade relations....

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  • The progress that a nation is making can with reasonable accuracy be measured by the kind of live stock it raises. The general rule is, poor stock, poor people. All the prosperous nations of the globe, especially the grain-growing nations, get a large share of their wealth from raising improved stock. The stock bred by these nations is now, however, very different from the stock raised by the same nations years ago. As soon as man began to progress in the art of agriculture he became dissatisfied with inferior stock. He therefore bent his energies to raise the standard...

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  • With the immense increase in wealth in the United States during the last decade and its more general distribution, the problem of investment has assumed correspondingly greater importance. As long as the average business man was an habitual borrower of money and possest no private fortune outside of his interest in his business, he was not greatly concerned with investment problems. The surplus wealth of the country for a long time was in the hands of financial institutions and a few wealthy capitalists.

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