Not by accident is Tennessee's George L. Berry a millionaire. He worked hard to build the International Printing Pressmen & Assistants' Union, which still pays him $10,000 per year as its president. He worked hard, too, to build up his profitable playing card factory. He invested shrewdly in equities and real estate (his 20,000-acre farm at Mooresburg is one of eastern Tennessee's finest and he makes it pay). He worked hard but in vain to collect a claim for $1,600,000 when he thought he had a case against the Government for some marble-bearing...

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