If you had Wallingford's quick business wit and his skill in converting another man's cash into his own--within the law--would you do it, and take the cash? Probably not. Our gambling spirit runs high, but for most of us stops short--possibly--at a game of cards, or the stock market. The "get-rich-quick" ante is too steep. Yet in America to-day there are plenty of business pirates like Wallingford--pirates who work on Wallingford's recipe--who, together, take hundreds of thousands of dollars from us every year.
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