Stephen L. Carter Quotes

Top 33 wise famous quotes and sayings by Stephen L. Carter

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Stephen L. Carter quotes: Coming from a business family, she shied away from abstractions. Coming from a business family, she shied away from abstractions.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: Rumor is rarely more interesting than fact, but it is always more readily available. Rumor is rarely more interesting than fact, but it is always more readily available.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: I pass flurries of undergrads who, despite their proudly proclaimed diversity, look more and more the same. I pass flurries of undergrads who, despite their proudly proclaimed diversity, look more and more the same.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: In spite of his Cold War credentials, Kennedy still believed in the power of words. In spite of his Cold War credentials, Kennedy still believed in the power of words.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: Her mother, by showing her off all through childhood, had trained into her the instinct to defeat the expectations of others. Her mother, by showing her off all through childhood, had trained into her the instinct to defeat the expectations of others.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: The victors always think they are righteous. But then, they always seem to start a mighty unrighteous squabbling over the spoils. The victors always think they are righteous. But then, they always seem to start a mighty unrighteous squabbling over the spoils.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: Love is a gift we deliver when we would rather not. Love is a gift we deliver when we would rather not.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: People seem to remember the sacrifices they made more than what the sacrifices were for. People seem to remember the sacrifices they made more than what the sacrifices were for.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: Being on the inside could be an addiction Being on the inside could be an addiction
Stephen L. Carter quotes: To Tom, the march of technology was equivalent to the march of civilization. To Tom, the march of technology was equivalent to the march of civilization.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: Better to wait actively than passively. Better to wait actively than passively.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: So many people of liberal persuasion value their own progressive opinions more than they value the people they hold those opinions about. So many people of liberal persuasion value their own progressive opinions more than they value the people they hold those opinions about.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: In a crisis, time was always the enemy. In a crisis, time was always the enemy.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: Our sense of history has grown dangerously thin, and our sense of proportion with it. Our sense of history has grown dangerously thin, and our sense of proportion with it.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: He was vain and tended to surround himself with intellectual and moral pygmies. He was vain and tended to surround himself with intellectual and moral pygmies.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: He had been around politicians for a long time, and he was prepared for some outburst. He had been around politicians for a long time, and he was prepared for some outburst.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: This isn't about your reputation. Our job right now is to make sure that there to ARE future historians. This isn't about your reputation. Our job right now is to make sure that there to ARE future historians.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: She had been carried away by the need to defend herself. She had been carried away by the need to defend herself.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: Size and elaboration were often mistaken for importance. Size and elaboration were often mistaken for importance.
Stephen L. Carter quotes: He was the sort of man who only wanted to be told what he already assumed was true. He was the sort of man who only wanted to be told what he already assumed was true.