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  • Tennessee Williams
    Tennessee Williams
    American playwright 1911-1983
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    All cruel people describe themselves as paragons of frankness.
  • All film directors, whether famous or obscure, regard themselves as misunderstood or underrated. Because of that, they all lie. They're obliged to overstate their own importance.
  • Sir Walter Raleigh
    Sir Walter Raleigh
    British courtier, writer 1552-1618
    Sir Walter Raleigh
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    All histories do show, and wise politicians do hold it necessary that, for the well-governing of every Commonweal, it behoveth man to presuppose that all men are evil, and will declare themselves so to be when occasion is offered.
  • Albert Speer
    Albert Speer
    German architect and Nazi minister for Armaments 1905-1981
    Albert Speer
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    All I know is that these two gases both had a quite extraordinary effect, and that there was no respirator, and no protection against them that we knew of. So the soldiers would have been unable to protect themselves against this gas in any way.
  • Edward Young
    Edward Young
    British poet 1683-1765
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    All men think all men mortal but themselves.
  • Edward Young
    Edward Young
    British poet 1683-1765
    Edward Young
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    All men think that all men are mortal but themselves.
  • Thomas Carlyle
    Thomas Carlyle
    Scottish writer and historicus 1795-1881
    Thomas Carlyle
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    All men, if they work not as in the great taskmaster's eye, will work wrong, and work unhappily for themselves and for you.
  • Bjorn Ulvaeus
    Bjorn Ulvaeus
    Swedish songwriter, producer, member of ABBA 1945-
    Bjorn Ulvaeus
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    All these years later, I have almost no memory of the shows themselves. It's a blur. I remember my jogging runs better - that was my way of getting my energy together. I used to try to get to the arena as late as possible; otherwise, I'd just be pacing around, waiting to go on.
  • Ovid
    Ovid
    Roman poet 43 BC - 17 AD
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    All things change, nothing is extinguished. There is nothing in the whole world which is permanent. Everything flows onward; all things are brought into being with a changing nature; the ages themselves glide by in constant movement.
  • Benjamin Tucker
    Benjamin Tucker
    American anarchist and socialist 1854-1939
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    Almost the only persons who may be said to comprehend even approximately the significance, principles, and purposes of Socialism are the chief leaders of the extreme wings of the Socialistic forces, and perhaps a few of the money kings themselves.
  • Billy Graham
    Billy Graham
    American Evangelist 1918-
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    America is said to have the highest per capita boredom of any spot on earth! We know that because we have the greatest number of artificial amusements of any country. People have become so empty that they can't even entertain themselves. They have to pay other people to amuse them, to make them laugh, to try to make them feel warm and happy and comfortable for a few minutes, to try to lose that awful, frightening, hollow feeling-that terrible, dreaded feeling of being lost and alone.
  • Harold Rosenberg
    Harold Rosenberg
    American art criticus, writer 1906-1978
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    America is the civilization of people engaged in transforming themselves. In the past, the stars of the performance were the pioneer and the immigrant. Today, it is youth and the Black.
  • Joan Didion
    Joan Didion
    American Essayist 1934-
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    Americans are uneasy with their possessions, guilty about power, all of which is difficult for Europeans to perceive because they are themselves so truly materialistic, so versed in the uses of power.
  • Anne Perry
    Anne Perry
    English author 1938-
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    Americans sometimes say to me that they have no class system themselves. All human beings have class systems. It can be based on a different thing in a different country, but the thing about breeding is, you can't buy it. You can't buy class.
  • Eldridge Cleaver
    Eldridge Cleaver
    American afro-amerikan leader, writer 1935-
    Eldridge Cleaver
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    Americans think of themselves collectively as a huge rescue squad on twenty-four-hour call to any spot on the globe where dispute and conflict may erupt.
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