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There is a price which is too great to pay for peace, and that price can be put in one word. One cannot pay the price of self-respect.
Every country is renewed out of the unknown ranks and not out of the ranks of those already famous and powerful and in control.
Politics is a war of causes; a joust of principles. Government is too serious a matter to admit of meaningless courtesies.
Tolerance is an admirable intellectual gift; but it is of little worth in politics.
Prosperity is necessarily the first theme of a political campaign.
I want the people to love me, but I suppose they never will.
The right is more precious than peace.
A right is worth fighting for only when it can be put into operation.
There is no more subtle dissolvent of morals than sentimentality.
There is something better, if possible, that a man can give than his life. That is his living spirit to a service that is not easy, to resist counsels that are hard to resist, to stand against purposes that are difficult to stand against.
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