Quotation by George Bernard Shaw

Whenever an obviously well founded statement is made in England by a person specially well acquainted with the facts, that unlucky person is instantly and frantically contradicted by all the people who obviously know nothing about it.
George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950), Anglo-Irish playwright, critic. first published in The Nation [Britain] (Feb. 8, 1908). "Waste and the Censor," , ed. Bernard F. Dukore, Penn State Press (1993).
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