Edmund Morris Quotes

Top 23 wise famous quotes and sayings by Edmund Morris

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Edmund Morris quotes: We infinitely desire peace, and the surest way of obtaining it is to show that we are not afraid of war. We infinitely desire peace, and the surest way of obtaining it is to show that we are not afraid of war.
Edmund Morris quotes: There is nothing more practical in the end than the preservation of beauty, There is nothing more practical in the end than the preservation of beauty,
Edmund Morris quotes: [Bram Stoker] wrote in his diary: Must be President some day. A man you can't cajole, can't frighten, can't buy. [Bram Stoker] wrote in his diary: Must be President some day. A man you can't cajole, can't frighten, can't buy.
Edmund Morris quotes: Well, we seem to have it. Well, we seem to have it.
Edmund Morris quotes: Implicit in the stare of those eyes, the power of those knobbly hands, was labor's historic threat of violence against capital. Implicit in the stare of those eyes, the power of those knobbly hands, was labor's historic threat of violence against capital.
Edmund Morris quotes: Just because we cannot stop all the large leaks, that is no reason why we should open up all the little ones."T. Roosevelt Just because we cannot stop all the large leaks, that is no reason why we should open up all the little ones."
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Edmund Morris quotes: Unless wealth was chastened by culture or regulated by government, it was at worst predatory, at best boring. Unless wealth was chastened by culture or regulated by government, it was at worst predatory, at best boring.
Edmund Morris quotes: much of a muchness. much of a muchness.
Edmund Morris quotes: In El Paso," the President said approvingly, "the people are homicidal but orthodox. In El Paso," the President said approvingly, "the people are homicidal but orthodox.
Edmund Morris quotes: the most dangerous members of the criminal class - the criminals of great wealth. the most dangerous members of the criminal class - the criminals of great wealth.
Edmund Morris quotes: It is idle to hope for the enforcement of a law where nineteen-twentieths of the people do not believe in the justice of its provisions. It is idle to hope for the enforcement of a law where nineteen-twentieths of the people do not believe in the justice of its provisions.
Edmund Morris quotes: I think," Philander Knox teased, "it would be better to keep your action free from any taint of legality. I think," Philander Knox teased, "it would be better to keep your action free from any taint of legality.
Edmund Morris quotes: the great fundamental questions looming before us,"21 namely, the unnatural alliance of politics and corporations. It the great fundamental questions looming before us,"21 namely, the unnatural alliance of politics and corporations. It
Edmund Morris quotes: Three cheers for Mr. and Mrs. Bower and their really satisfactory American family of twelve children! Three cheers for Mr. and Mrs. Bower and their really satisfactory American family of twelve children!
Edmund Morris quotes: Man with the Muckrake Man with the Muckrake
Edmund Morris quotes: the most trenchant commentary was the most trenchant commentary was
Edmund Morris quotes: What I cannot understand about the Russian," Roosevelt complained, "is the way he will lie when he knows perfectly well that you know he is lying. What I cannot understand about the Russian," Roosevelt complained, "is the way he will lie when he knows perfectly well that you know he is lying.