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Wasting Our Wealth

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Day
18
Month
May
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Provideuce stocked the earth, the waters and the air with a store of all that "was nocessary for the use or for the benefit of man. Had we been content to live upou what inay be called the interest of this store there was amply sufficient to last for all time. But we are fche spendthrifts of our race; we are exIiausting our capital, exterminating every wild animal, ladling out with our machinery every mineral and raking the very ocean for its wealth. What is to become of us when we have exhausted our sensationalism, exhausted our capital and exhausted even our vitality? Thev cali this fin de si├Ęcle. I cali it fin du monde.-

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