David Pietrusza Quotes

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David Pietrusza quotes: Though there is no evil in righteousness, there is in self-righteousness, Though there is no evil in righteousness, there is in self-righteousness,
David Pietrusza quotes: JFK had to act before his fragile body betrayed him. JFK had to act before his fragile body betrayed him.
David Pietrusza quotes: Richard Nixon coveted, to the point of obsession, a controversy-free, stage-managed coronation. Richard Nixon coveted, to the point of obsession, a controversy-free, stage-managed coronation.
David Pietrusza quotes: Jousting with an obvious hoodlum couldn't hurt. Jousting with an obvious hoodlum couldn't hurt.
David Pietrusza quotes: Wednesday's glory had become Thursday's ashes. Wednesday's glory had become Thursday's ashes.
David Pietrusza quotes: While JFK had made the sale on a political level, he had not yet completed it on an emotional one. While JFK had made the sale on a political level, he had not yet completed it on an emotional one.
David Pietrusza quotes: JFK had a way of grabbing grandeur from mishap. JFK had a way of grabbing grandeur from mishap.
David Pietrusza quotes: Truman makes friends without influencing people,' noted Arthur Schlesinger Jr. 'Dewey influences people without making friends. Truman makes friends without influencing people,' noted Arthur Schlesinger Jr. 'Dewey influences people without making friends.
David Pietrusza quotes: No matter what office LBJ assumed he lifted greater than when he found it. No matter what office LBJ assumed he lifted greater than when he found it.
David Pietrusza quotes: Harry S Truman despised settled conventions. Harry S Truman despised settled conventions.
David Pietrusza quotes: Yet Barkley drew back. Perhaps he, like Harry Truman, knew that the quiet power of incumbency easily overcomes the noise of crowds and bands. Yet Barkley drew back. Perhaps he, like Harry Truman, knew that the quiet power of incumbency easily overcomes the noise of crowds and bands.