Monthly Archives: October 2010

Monday, October 12, 1936

“Old Bill” Suggests— Most men of exceptional energy get a financial start by holding two jobs at once, although the copybooks disapprove of this. Modern industry is set up for the average man; it is easier to hold two jobs, … Continue reading

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Undated

“Old Bill” Suggests— Opportunity comes to most people sooner than they are ready to take advantage of it. If there was a chance to buy the business, that would do you no good unless you had accounting, salesmanship, and first-hand … Continue reading

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Friday, October 2, 1936

“Old Bill” Suggests— Industrial relations would be much simpler if it were possible to clarify the discussion by keeping the question of wages separate from all the indirect attempts to gain a bargaining advantage. Hours of labor, for instance, really … Continue reading

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Friday, September 18, 1936

“Old Bill” Suggests— In this day of new social theories, it might be well to remember that premature agitation, even if the theory is right, can lead to tragedy. A good example is Nat Turner’s insurrection a century or more … Continue reading

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Thursday, September 3, 1936

“Old Bill” Suggests— Far back in human thought, logic and mathematics became separated, perhaps because the language used in logic led through the study of Greek, while the application of mathematics led into the field of science. In more modern … Continue reading

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Tuesday, August 25, 1936

“Old Bill” Suggests— In all the scorn which has been heaped on Benedict Arnold, no one seems to have considered (unless Gamaliel Bradford did so indirectly) the more sympathetic viewpoint of him as to some extent a chip on the … Continue reading

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