Quotations – C

April 30, 2014

Capital “Invested capital is the result of brains.” Source: “The Supports Of Civilization,” on November 27, 1920. As found in The Price of Freedom. “Capital is the chief material minister to the general character of all mankind.” Source: “The Supports Of Civilization,” on November 27, 1920. As found in The Price of Freedom. Carnegie, Andrew […]

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Quotations – B

April 30, 2014

Banks “Every banker knows that to depend on the business and patronage of the rich would be vain, that if any success attends his efforts it must be by serving and doing the business of the people.” Source: “The Banks And The People,” on June 29, 1921. As found in The Price of Freedom. Baseball […]

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Quotations – A

April 30, 2014

Advancement “One should never trouble about getting a better job. But one should do one’s present job in such a manner as to qualify for a better job when it comes along.” Source: Coolidge: An American Enigma, p. 80. Advertising “Goods not worth advertising are not worth selling.” Source: Calvin Coolidge Says, December 6, 1930. […]

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