Theodore Roosevelt Quote

We grudge no man a fortune which represents his own power and sagacity, when exercised with entire regard to the welfare of his fellows. Again, comrades over there, take the lesson from your own experience. Not only did you not grudge, but you gloried in the promotion of the great generals who gained their promotion by leading their army to victory. So it is with us. We grudge no man a fortune in civil life if it is honorably obtained and well used. It is not even enough that it should have been gained without doing damage to the community. We should permit it to be gained only so long as the gaining represents benefit to the community.


The New Nationalism (1910)

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We grudge no man a fortune which represents his own power and sagacity, when exercised with entire regard to the welfare of his fellows. Again,...

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We grudge no man a fortune which represents his own power and sagacity, when exercised with entire regard to the welfare of his fellows. Again,...

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We grudge no man a fortune which represents his own power and sagacity, when exercised with entire regard to the welfare of his fellows. Again,...

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We grudge no man a fortune which represents his own power and sagacity, when exercised with entire regard to the welfare of his fellows. Again,...