Quotation by John Dos Passos

Remember that it's never a crime in the face of humanity and enlightenment to distribute the works of the great humanists among the merchants and moneychangers of this godforsaken country... You better slip me the dough.
John Dos Passos (1896–1970), U.S. novelist, poet, playwright, painter. Doc Bingham of Truthseeker Co., in The Forty-Second Parallel, of the trilogy U.S.A., The Modern Library, Random House, Inc. (1937).

Spoken to Fainy McCreary after they have been furtively selling books on a train.
Surprise me with a
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