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" T*HE most valuable citizen of this or any other country is the man who owns the land from which he makes his living. No other man has such a stake in the country. No other man lends such steadiness and stability to our national life. Therefore no other... "
The Fight for Conservation - Page 21
by Gifford Pinchot - 1910 - 150 pages
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The Pacific Monthly: A Magazine of Education and Progress, Volume 22

William Bittle Wells, Lute Pease - West (U.S.) - 1909
...Experience in Both Eastern and Western Conditions. country, steadiness HE most valuable man of tliis or any other country is the man who owns the land...makes his living. No other man has such a stake in the other man lends such stability to our National life. Therefore, no other question concerns us more...
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The Hawaiian Forester and Agriculurist

Board of Commissioners of Agriculture and Forestry - 1910
...but with his vote, and his contribution to public opinion as the man with a permanent stake in it, as the man who owns the land from which he makes his living. Our country began as a nation of farmers. During the periods that gave it its character, when our independence...
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The Better Country

Dana Webster Bartlett - Irrigation - 1911 - 554 pages
...the world will be the nation of homes," said Gifford Pinchot, at the Irrigation Congress at Spokane. "The most valuable citizen of this or any other country...Permanent homes for ourselves, our children and our nation that is the central problem. The policy of national irrigation is of value to the United States...
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The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social ..., Volumes 77-78

Electronic journals - 1918
...different from them, and therefore inferior. But this is very far from true. When all is said and done the man who owns the land from which he makes his living is the backbone of the country. Furthermore, with his family he makes up one-third of the population....
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American Education, Volume 13

Education - 1909
...Patriotism." The contest closes the first of March, 1910. Mrs. Fannie Fern Andrews. Home Building for the Nation THE most valuable citizen of this or...living. No other man has such a stake in the country. Permanent homes for ourselves, our children, and our nation this is the central problem. The nation...
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