Quotation by William Safire

To "know your place" is a good idea in politics. That is not to say "stay in your place" or "hang on to your place," because ambition or boredom may dictate upward or downward mobility, but a sense of place—a feel for one's own position in the control room—is useful in gauging what you should try to do.
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