Books [Frederick Savage]
“There's an old saying that a man is the architect of his life and believe me, it's the truth. For a long contented life, first of all you have to work hard, be honest, honest to yourself, toward others and to God. The success of life isn't just accumulating the almighty dollar, but to be independent and able to look every man in the face and say, ‘I don't need anybody's help. I can do it myself.’ That's what's the matter with the young people today. They can't do it and they don't seem to care.
“But Frederick there's a great many people today who can't help being in the position they're in. It isn't their fault if they're out of work and have to depend on others. We should be sorry....” little Mrs. Savage's quiet refined voice was drowned out by a blast from her husband.
“Hell, who said I wasn't sorry for them. Course I'm sorry for the poor fools. I don't mean its their fault — that is not