> Topic Index > C - Topics > Capitalism Quotes

Capitalism Quotes

These are some of the best 'Capitalism' quotations and sayings.

Pages: 12345Next

A businessman is a hybrid of a dancer and a calculator.

A criminal is a person with predatory instincts who has not sufficient capital to form a corporation.

A holding company is the people you give your money to while you're being searched.

After an eight-hour day, workers require three overtime hours to produce two regular hours of results.

All business proceeds on beliefs, or judgment of probabilities, and not on certainties.

All business sagacity reduces itself in the last analysis to a judicious use of sabotage.

All professions are a conspiracy against the country.

Along this tree From root to crown Ideas flow up And vetoes down.

Anti-intellectualism has long been the anti-Semitism of the business man.

As a rule, from what I've observed, the American Captain of Industry doesn't do anything out of business hours. When he has put the cat out and locked up the office for the night, he just relapses into a state of coma from which he emerges only to start being a Captain of Industry again.

Barbaric accuracy - whimpering humility.

Benefits should be granted little by little, so that they may be better enjoyed.

Big business is basic to the very life of this country; and yet many -perhaps most - Americans have a deep-seated fear and an emotional repugnance to it. Here is monumental contradiction.

Business is a combination of war and sport.

Business is more exciting than any game.

Business is really more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind . . . more deeply. But it does not look as if it did.

Business? It's quite simple. It's other people's money.

By pursuing his own interest (the individual) frequently promotes that of the society more effectually than when he really intends to promote it. I have never known much good done by those who affected to trade for the public good.

Capitalism in the United States has undergone profound modification, not just under the New Deal but through a consensus that continued to grow after the New Deal. Government in the U.S. today is a senior partner in every business in the country.

Chaplin is no businessman - all he knows is that he can't take anything less.

Pages: 12345Next