Professor Kelli McBride
John Morley, Rousseau, 1876
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Favorite Quotes and A Few Ideas
“to obtain the habit of reading would be to build yourself a refuge from the vast majority of the miseries of life.” W. Somerset Maugham
Wherever they burn publications they are going to additionally, in the long run, burn humans. ” Heinrich Heine, Almansor, 1823
“to your guy who’s afraid everything rustles.” Sophocles, Fragment 58, Acrisius, fifth Century, B.C.
“The competition, for a long time, is to save Liberty through the grasp of executive energy.” Daniel Webster, Speech in U.S. Senate, might 27, 1834
“If a country expects become ignorant and free, in a situation of civilization, it expects just just what never ever ended up being and not will undoubtedly be.” Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Col. Charles Yancey, January 6, 1816
“Although amount upon amount is created to show slavery a tremendously positive thing, we never hear regarding the guy whom desires to use the nice from it, when you’re a slave himself.” Abraham Lincoln, Notes, 1, 1854 july