Richard Cobden Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Richard Cobden

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Richard Cobden quotes: People who eat potatoes will never be able to perform their abilities in whatever job they choose to have. People who eat potatoes will never be able to perform their abilities in whatever job they choose to have.
Richard Cobden quotes: Look not to the politicians; look to yourselves. Look not to the politicians; look to yourselves.
Richard Cobden quotes: At all events, arbitration is more rational, just, and humane than the resort to the sword. At all events, arbitration is more rational, just, and humane than the resort to the sword.
Richard Cobden quotes: The principles of political economy have elevated the working class above the place they ever filled before. The principles of political economy have elevated the working class above the place they ever filled before.
Richard Cobden quotes: For every credibility gap there is a gullibility gap. For every credibility gap there is a gullibility gap.
Richard Cobden quotes: The landlords are not agriculturists; that is an abuse of terms which has been too long tolerated. The landlords are not agriculturists; that is an abuse of terms which has been too long tolerated.
Richard Cobden quotes: Treaties of peace, made after war, are entrusted to individuals to negotiate and carry out. Treaties of peace, made after war, are entrusted to individuals to negotiate and carry out.
Richard Cobden quotes: But it is my happiness to be half Welsh, and that the better half. But it is my happiness to be half Welsh, and that the better half.
Richard Cobden quotes: I believe it has been said that one copy of The Times contains more useful information than the whole of the historical works of Thucydides. I believe it has been said that one copy of The Times contains more useful information than the whole of the historical works of Thucydides.
Richard Cobden quotes: A newspaper should be the maximum of information, and the minimum of comment. A newspaper should be the maximum of information, and the minimum of comment.