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" I don't think Mr. Harriman is very rich. He has not as much money as I have. I have all I want and Mr. Harriman has not. "
E. H. Harriman: A Biography - Page 194
by George Kennan - 1922
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The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made

Walter Isaacson - Biography & Autobiography - 1997 - 864 pages
...Harriman for the benevolence of his wealth. "I don't think Mr. Harriman is very rich," Muir interjected. "He has not as much money as I have. I have all I want, and Mr. Harriman has not." Harriman heard about the remark and raised the matter at dinner. "I have never cared for money except...
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The Hero's Farewell: What Happens When CEOs Retire

Jeffrey A. Sonnenfeld - Business & Economics - 1991 - 324 pages
...environmentalist John Muir interrupted someone praising the elder Harriman for his benevolence, stating, "I don't think Mr. Harriman is very rich. He has not as much money as I have. I have all I want. Mr. Harriman has not." Later Harriman responded, "1 have never cared for money except as a power to...
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The Hudson River Highlands

Frances F. Dunwell - History - 1991 - 264 pages
-- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., from the Foreword
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John Muir: His Life and Letters and Other Writings

John Muir - Biography & Autobiography - 1996 - 912 pages
...preservation, overwhelmed any scepticism he might have had. He did comment about Harriman's wealth - "He has not as much money as I have. I have all I want and Mr Harriman has not" - but Muir's generosity of spirit towards a patron of science gives an insight into his own moral stature....
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Son of the Wilderness: The Life of John Muir

Linnie Marsh Wolfe - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 364 pages
...forecastle . . . began to talk of the blessed ministry of wealth, especially in Mr. Harriman's case. . . . When these wealth laudations were sounding loudest,...have. I have all I want and Mr. Harriman has not.' " 6" Someone reported this speech to their host at the dinner table. Later in the evening the magnate,...
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John Muir: Magnificent Tramp

Rod Miller - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 207 pages
...scientists were singing the magnate's praises and extolling the benefits of his wealth, Muir countered, "I don't think Mr. Harriman is very rich. He has not...have. I have all I want and Mr. Harriman has not. "There were no secrets aboard ship, and word soon reached the millionaire, who answered his critic....
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Hoagland on Nature: Essays

Edward Hoagland - Nature
...once let Harriman hear of his saying to some scientist friends that he didn't regard Harriman as truly rich: "He has not as much money as I have. I have all I want and Mr. Harriman has not." Muir, indeed, devoted only seven years of his life to the primary aim of making money. ("The seven...
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