Helen Foster Snow Quotes

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Helen Foster Snow quotes: To be a Marxist does not mean that one becomes a Communist party member. There are as many varieties of Marxists as there are of Protestants. To be a Marxist does not mean that one becomes a Communist party member. There are as many varieties of Marxists as there are of Protestants.
Helen Foster Snow quotes: One can judge a civilization by the way its treats its women. One can judge a civilization by the way its treats its women.
Helen Foster Snow quotes: Freedom to think requires not only freedom of expression but also freedom from the threat of orthodoxy and being outcast and ostracized. Freedom to think requires not only freedom of expression but also freedom from the threat of orthodoxy and being outcast and ostracized.
Helen Foster Snow quotes: History, like nature, has its own economy, its own balancing of forces in the final accounting. Nothing can be lost, except to awareness. History, like nature, has its own economy, its own balancing of forces in the final accounting. Nothing can be lost, except to awareness.
Helen Foster Snow quotes: Revolution devours its own parents as well as its own children. Revolution devours its own parents as well as its own children.
Helen Foster Snow quotes: The essence of all religion is to be willing to risk your life for a belief - not for survival. The essence of all religion is to be willing to risk your life for a belief - not for survival.