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The art of getting riches consists very much in thrift. All men are not equally qualified for getting money, but it is in the power of every one alike to practice this virtue.

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The art of getting riches consists very much in thrift. All men are not equally qualified for getting money, but it is in the power of every one alike to practice this virtue. - Benjamin Franklin

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Author's Biography:
Name: Benjamin Franklin
Born: January 17, 1706 Died: April 17, 1790
Profession: Author | Inventor Scientist |


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