Quotes: interference

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  • Florence King
    Florence King
    American Author, Critic 1936-
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    American couples have gone to such lengths to avoid the interference of in-laws that they have to pay marriage counselors to interfere between them.
  • Ayn Rand
    Ayn Rand
    Russian Writer, Philosopher 1905-1982
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    Every government interference in the economy consists of giving an unearned benefit, extorted by force, to some men at the expense of others.
    Source: Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal (1966)
  • For if the Germans do not help defend the West, American and Canadian troops must cross the seas to do the job, and I venture to believe that the troops - if not the statesmen - regard this as an interference at least in their own domestic affairs.
  • Ezra Pound
    Ezra Pound
    American poet 1885-1972
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    The act of bell ringing is symbolic of all proselytizing religions. It implies the pointless interference with the quiet of other people.
  • Margot Asquith
    Margot Asquith
    Anglo-Scottish socialite, author, and wit 1864-1945
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    The ingrained idea that, because there is no king and they despise titles, the Americans are a free people is pathetically untrue. There is a perpetual interference with personal liberty over there that would not be tolerated in England for a week.
  • Bob Rae
    Bob Rae
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    The premise of neo-conservatives is that markets left to their own devices will produce the best possible result, and that political interference is not required. This defies the human reality that people are not commodities, and simply refuse to behave as if they were.
    Source: The Three Questions - Prosperity and the Public Good (1998) Ch. Two, The First Question: Self Interest and Pro
  • Aleksandr Solzjenitsyn
    Aleksandr Solzjenitsyn
    Russian Novelist 1918-2008
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    Woe to that nation whose literature is cut short by the intrusion of force. This is not merely interference with freedom of the press but the sealing up of a nation's heart, the excision of its memory.
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