Logan Pearsall Smith (1865-1946), Unforgotten Years
(Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1939), pp. 151-152:
I never meet a rich, successful business American without some slight speculation about the bones he has crushed and the wretches he has eaten. These experiences have given me a certain dislike for the whole iron economic system upon which our civilization is founded—a dislike, however, which I must admit is by no means strong enough to make me forgo any of the pecuniary advantages which I derive from it.