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Too few words. Phil Now only no past no future Maude Bigelow He forgot the coffee, she imploded. Sashi Grayndler The egg, the sperm, and then Following his retirement from Washington, Grant tried to lead a quiet life, but unable to sit still he embarked on an exciting and expensive world tour. Lauded everywhere he went, when Grant returned to America he saw a way to capitalize on his reputation and rebuild the savings spent on the trip. But Ferdinand Ward was in fact running a Ponzi scheme. This venture ultimately would leave his credibility in tatters — a mistake that would hurt Grant deeply at this late stage in life.
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Eventually these stories slipped away, forgotten by most, but not Grant whose personal despair continued to rage. It has been said by those who knew him that the stress was visible on his face. Ulysses S. Grant, late in life, courtesy Library of Congress. He turned his attention to doing the one thing he had always put off — writing his memoirs, which Mark Twain had urged him to complete previously.
With reservations in his heart for the success of a new project, Grant returned to Twain for advice. Perhaps it was their opposing personalities — Grant was quietly spoken and reserved, Twain was anything but — that worked well together on this day. Whatever the reason we can be thankful that Grant also sought the advice of George Childs, a business associate whom Grant trusted, and who in turn was loyal to him. When Childs looked over the proposal Twain had made, he knew it was the best offer of all the solicitations Grant had received. If Grant considered his military career to be the highlight of his life, this shines through the text.