Quotation by Sue Sanders

...it's dynamite to spend future earnings. I have had a taste of it myself, and it's mighty bitter. A debt is a debt, whether it's margins or mortgages; and debts are all the same, no matter how you try to camouflage 'em. You never get much out of 'em except trouble. On the farm or in Wall Street, if you use the other fellow's money, it costs you a lot more than it's worth.
Sue Sanders, U.S. oil producer. Our Common Herd, ch. 25 (1940).

Highly successful in business, Sanders had grown up in a farm family.
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