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The differences between the youthful H.G. Wells and the mature Henry James were so basic and numerous that it seems almost miracul ...
Scholars who become politicians are usually assigned the comic role of having to be the good conscience of state policy.
Wooing, wedding, and repenting, is as a Scotch jig, a measure, and a cinquepace; the first suit is hot and hasty, like a Scotch ji ...
Today, more than ever before, American capital is seeking investment in foreign countries, and American products are more and more ...
My thinking tends to be libertarian. That is, I oppose intrusions of the state into the private realm--as in abortion, sodomy, pro ...
In matters of usage there are two extremes. At the extreme right are the purists, the standpatters, the rigid traditionalists who ...
It is better to have the power of self-protection than to depend on any man, whether he be the Governor in his chair of State, or ...
In matters of commerce the fault of the Dutch
Is offering too little and asking too much.
Men are apt to mistake, or at least to seem to mistake, their own talents, in hopes, perhaps, of misleading others to allow them t ...
In matters of religion and matrimony I never give any advice; because I will not have anybody's torments in this world or the next ...
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