GEORGE, Henry Quotes
(1839-1897), American economist
Journalism has become, and is becoming every day in even greater degree, the most important function in the community.
Man is an animal; but he is an animal plus something else. He is a mythic earth-tree, whose roots are in the ground, but whose top-most branches may blossom in the heavens.
The more progress we have the more we suffer from poverty—that is, some of us. Great riches seem nearly always to bring extreme poverty.
The man who gives me employment, which I must have or suffer, that man is my master, let me call him what I will.