Maureen F. McHugh Quotes

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Maureen F. McHugh quotes: I thought this life of thoughtful liberalism was my birthright, too. Before I understood that my generation was to be born in interesting times. I thought this life of thoughtful liberalism was my birthright, too. Before I understood that my generation was to be born in interesting times.
Maureen F. McHugh quotes: Staying married to one person was boring. She figured she was too complicated for that. Interesting people had complicated lives. Staying married to one person was boring. She figured she was too complicated for that. Interesting people had complicated lives.
Maureen F. McHugh quotes: We do not want to be haunds, teacher. We just want the haunds to go elsewhere for easy prey. We do not want to be haunds, teacher. We just want the haunds to go elsewhere for easy prey.
Maureen F. McHugh quotes: Government is big, we are small. We are only free when we slip through the cracks. Government is big, we are small. We are only free when we slip through the cracks.
Maureen F. McHugh quotes: Children are a blessing. They are a happiness so sharp that it feels like pain. Children are a blessing. They are a happiness so sharp that it feels like pain.
Maureen F. McHugh quotes: It's good to be loved. But it isn't enough. It's good to be loved. But it isn't enough.