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Famous Quotes of All Time - Year 2001
Famous Quotes of All Time - Year 2002

December 2001

December 31, 2001

Our policy is directed not against any country or doctrine, but against hunger, poverty, desperation and chaos. Its purpose should be the revival of a working economy in the world so as to permit the emergence of political and social conditions in which free institutions can exist.
  —George C. Marshall

December 30, 2001

The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything save our modes of thinking and we thus drift toward unparalleled catastrophe.
  —Albert Einstein

December 29, 2001

The Indians knew that life was equated with the earth and its resources, that America was a paradise, and they could not comprehend why the intruders from the East were determined to destroy all that was Indian as well as America itself.
  —Dee Brown

December 28, 2001

There are times when words seem empty and only actions seem great. Such a time has come, and in the Providence of God America will once more have an opportunity to show the world that she was born to save mankind.
  —Woodrow Wilson

December 27, 2001

We have confused the free with the free and easy.
  —Adlai E. Stevenson

December 26, 2001

Bit by bit … she had claimed herself. Freeing yourself was one thing; claiming ownership of that freed self was another.
  —Toni Morrison

December 25, 2001

The wind bit hard at Valley Forge one Christmas. / Soldiers tied rags on their feet. / Red footprints wrote on the snow.
  —Carl Sandburg

December 24, 2001

Angels’ song, comforting / as the comfort of Christ / When he spake tenderly / to his sorrowful flock.
  —Robert Bridges

December 23, 2001

The war is dreadful. It is the business of the artist to follow it home to the heart of the individual fighters—not to talk in armies and nations and numbers—but to track it home.
  —D.H. Lawrence

December 22, 2001

We cannot know how much we learn / From those who never will return, / Until a flash of unforeseen / Remembrance falls on what has been.
  —Edwin Arlington Robinson

December 21, 2001

There has never been a period in history when there have been necessary killings which has not been instantly followed by a period when there have been unnecessary killings.
  —Dame Rebecca West

December 20, 2001

Where does discontent start? You are warm enough, but you shiver. You are fed, yet hunger gnaws you. You have been loved, but your yearning wanders in new fields. And to prod all these there’s time, the Bastard Time.
  —John Steinbeck

December 19, 2001

It is as true in morals as in physics that all force is imperishable; therefore the consequences of a human action never cease.
  —Tennessee Claflin

December 18, 2001

And am I born to die? / To lay this body down? / And must my trembling spirit fly / Into a world unknown?
  —Charles Wesley

December 17, 2001

The Night is Mother of the Day, / The Winter of the Spring, / And ever upon old Decay / The greenest mosses cling.
  —John Greenleaf Whittier

December 16, 2001

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
  —George Santayana

December 15, 2001

Freedom derives from a multiplicity of sects, which pervade America, and which is the best and only security for religious liberty in any society.
  —James Madison

December 14, 2001

When people keep telling you that you can’t do a thing, you kind of like to try it.
  —Margaret Chase Smith

December 13, 2001

Life comes before literature, as the material always comes before the work. The hills are full of marble before the world blooms with statues.
  —Phillips Brooks

December 12, 2001

Liberty may be endangered by the abuses of liberty as well as by the abuses of power.
  —James Madison

December 11, 2001

Violence can only be concealed by a lie, and the lie can only be maintained by violence. Any man who has once proclaimed violence as his method is inevitably forced to take the lie as his principle.

December 10, 2001

He ate and drank the precious Words, / His Spirit grew robust; / He knew no more that he was poor, / Nor that his frame was Dust.
  —Emily Dickinson

December 9, 2001

Of Man’s first disobedience, and the fruit / Of that forbidden tree whose mortal taste / Brought death into the world, and all our woe.
  —John Milton

December 8, 2001

Humor is emotional chaos remembered in tranquillity.
  —James Thurber

December 7, 2001

I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.
  —Larry Forrester

December 6, 2001

I sort of realize what we’re fighting for now, and I never did before. It’s for women like that and their kids.
  —Joyce Kilmer

December 5, 2001

Fear not, the people may be deluded for a moment, but cannot be corrupted.
  —Andrew Jackson

December 4, 2001

How does the poet speak to men with power, but by being still more a man than they?
  —Thomas Carlyle

December 3, 2001

It is not Justice the servant of men, but accident, hazard, Fortune—the ally of patient Time—that holds an even and scrupulous balance.
  —Joseph Conrad

December 2, 2001

I have ever deemed it fundamental for the United States never to take active part in the quarrels of Europe.… They are nations of eternal war.
  —Thomas Jefferson

December 1, 2001

Israel has created a new image of the Jew in the world—the image of a working and an intellectual people, of a people that can fight with heroism.
  —David Ben-Gurion


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