Quotation by George Bernard Shaw

He poses as Jefferson Davis to please the Disruptionists. He ... poses as Lincoln to please the Unionists.... Why does he not visit America, and learn the cult of the man who can look his fellow man (or newspaper) in the eye, and tell him to go to hell?
George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950), Anglo-Irish playwright, critic. first published in Irish Statesman (Jan. 10, 1920). "The Betrayal of Ulster," The Matter with Ireland , eds. David H. Greene and Dan H. Laurence, Rupert Hart-Davis (1962).
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