Theodore Roosevelt about government (“Theodore Roosevelt; an Autobiography”, 1913) - One of the principles whose application was the source of much hostility was this: It is better for the Government to help a poor man to make a living for his family than to help a rich man make more profit for his company.
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One of the principles whose application was the source of much hostility was this: It is better for the Government to help a poor man to make a living for his family than to help a rich man make more profit for his company.
 Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt; an Autobiography (1913). copy citation

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