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Quotation by Robert Riskin
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The last time we used battleships was in the Spanish-American War. And what did we get out of that? Cuba. And we gave that back.
Robert Riskin (1897–1955), U.S. screenwriter. Grandpa (Lionel Barrymore), You Can't Take It With You, arguing to Henderson (Charles Lane) against the need for the income tax (1938).
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