But, after all, we are a young nation, and vanity is a fault of youth.
Every child was taught from his cradle that money was Mammon, the chief agent of the flesh and the devil.
No one can earn a million dollars honestly.- William Jennings Bryan
People first, then money, then things.- Suze Orman
The money is great, no way am I complaining.- David Wells
Money never prevented anyone from being happy or unhappy.- Eddie Barclay
We buy things we don't need with money we don't have to impress people we don't like.- Dave Ramsey
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|Birth:||24th June, 1831|
|Death:||29th September, 1910|
Rebecca Blaine Harding Davis was an American author and journalist. She is deemed a pioneer of literary realism in American literature. She graduated valedictorian from Washington Female Seminary in Pennsylvania. Her most important literary work is the novella Life in the Iron Mills, published in the April 1861 edition of the Atlantic Monthly which quickly made her an established female writer.
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