CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Apr 4, 2016 - 146 pages
"[...]the usual effect of the heritage of milliondom upon the sons of millionaires leads him fully to concur with these high authorities, and to believe that it is neither to the rich nor to the noble that human society has to look for its preservation and improvement, but to those who, like Watt, have to labor that they may live, and thus make a proper return for what they receive, as working bees, not drones, in the social hive. Not from palace or castle, but from the cottage have come, or can come, the needed leaders of our race, under whose guidance it is to ascend. We have a fine record in the three generations of the Watts, great-grandfather, grandfather and father, all able and successful men, whose [...]".
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