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Irving Babbitt quotes: Democracy is now going forth on a crusade against imperialism. Democracy is now going forth on a crusade against imperialism.
Irving Babbitt quotes: Furthermore, America suffers not only from a lack of standards, but also not infrequently from a confusion or an inversion of standards. Furthermore, America suffers not only from a lack of standards, but also not infrequently from a confusion or an inversion of standards.
Irving Babbitt quotes: Act strenuously, would appear to be our faith, and right thinking will take care of itself. Act strenuously, would appear to be our faith, and right thinking will take care of itself.
Irving Babbitt quotes: The industrial revolution has tended to produce everywhere great urban masses that seem to be increasingly careless of ethical standards. The industrial revolution has tended to produce everywhere great urban masses that seem to be increasingly careless of ethical standards.
Irving Babbitt quotes: If quantitatively the American achievement is impressive, qualitatively it is somewhat less satisfying. If quantitatively the American achievement is impressive, qualitatively it is somewhat less satisfying.
Irving Babbitt quotes: If a man went simply by what he saw, he might be tempted to affirm that the essence of democracy is melodrama. If a man went simply by what he saw, he might be tempted to affirm that the essence of democracy is melodrama.
Irving Babbitt quotes: The humanitarian would, of course, have us meddle in foreign affairs as part of his program of world service. The humanitarian would, of course, have us meddle in foreign affairs as part of his program of world service.
Irving Babbitt quotes: The humanitarian lays stress almost solely upon breadth of knowledge and sympathy. The humanitarian lays stress almost solely upon breadth of knowledge and sympathy.
Irving Babbitt quotes: Robespierre, however, was not the type of leader finally destined to emerge from the Revolution. Robespierre, however, was not the type of leader finally destined to emerge from the Revolution.
Irving Babbitt quotes: The human mind, if it is to keep its sanity, must maintain the nicest balance between unity and plurality. The human mind, if it is to keep its sanity, must maintain the nicest balance between unity and plurality.
Irving Babbitt quotes: For behind all imperialism is ultimately the imperialistic individual, just as behind all peace is ultimately the peaceful individual. For behind all imperialism is ultimately the imperialistic individual, just as behind all peace is ultimately the peaceful individual.