Theodore Roosevelt Quote

The absence of effective State, and, especially, national, restraint upon unfair money-getting has tended to create a small class of enormously wealthy and economically powerful men, whose chief object is to hold and increase their power. The prime need to is to change the conditions which enable these men to accumulate power which it is not for the general welfare that they should hold or exercise.


The New Nationalism (1910)

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The absence of effective State, and, especially, national, restraint upon unfair money-getting has tended to create a small class of enormously...

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The absence of effective State, and, especially, national, restraint upon unfair money-getting has tended to create a small class of enormously...

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The absence of effective State, and, especially, national, restraint upon unfair money-getting has tended to create a small class of enormously...

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The absence of effective State, and, especially, national, restraint upon unfair money-getting has tended to create a small class of enormously...