The Three Tradesmen - Aesop

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Once there was a city expecting to be attacked, and accordingly, a meeting was called to discuss the best means to defend it. A bricklayer claimed that brick was the best way to fortify the city. A carpenter suggested that timber was better. Finally a currier stood up and said, "Sirs, when all is said and done, there is nothing in the world like leather." Every man for his trade.

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