Thomas Cooper 

The commercial speculator often gets rich by accident, by unfair venturing, by sudden exertions. Wealth thus suddenly obtained is in many respects detrimental to the community. It operates as a lottery; it tempts capital into trade beyond prudent bounds; it entices to unjustifiable boldness; it introduces ostentation, luxury, and pride, and manners out of harmony with republican principles.

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