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Rich men's sons are seldom rich men's fathers.
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|Birth:||6th March, 1878|
|Death:||6th September, 1947|
Herbert Kaufman was an American writer and journalist. During World War I, he regularly contributed articles and editorials to the Evening Standard, The Times, and other leading British periodicals, along with more than 50 war poems, including the classic The Hell-Gate of Soissons. He wrote several books include: Do Something! Be Something!, The Clock that Had No Hands, The Forest Ranger, Neighbours, and Governing New York City(with Wallace Stanley Sayre).
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