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Beware of the man who rises to powerFrom one suspender.Masters, Edgar Lee
Source: EDGAR LEE MASTERS, John Hancock Otis, Spoon River Anthology, p. 123 .In this poem, the rich John Hancock Otis describes a man born in a shanty and beginning life as a water carrier then section hand afterwards foreman who rose to the superintendency of the railroad as a veritable slave driver, grinding the faces of labor, and a bitter enemy of democracy. · This quote is about uncategorised · Search on Google Books to find all references and sources for this quotation.
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