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Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I have always in my own thought summed up individual liberty, and business liberty, and every other kind of liberty, in the phrase that is common in the sporting world, ‘A free field and no favor.’”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “It does not become America that within her borders, where every man is free to follow the dictates of his conscience, men should raise the cry of church against church. To do that is to strike at the very spirit and heart of America.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “As a matter of fact and experience, the more power is divided the more irresponsible it becomes.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “We should not only master questions, but also act upon them, and act definitely.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Whatever may be said against the chewing of tobacco, this at least can be said of it, that it gives a man time to think between sentences.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “A right is worth fighting for only when it can be put into operation.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “So far as the colleges go, the sideshows are swallowing up the circus.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I have no happy fairyland vision that she can win.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Great statesmen seem to direct and rule by a sort of power to put themselves in the place of the nation over which they are set, and may thus be said to possess the souls of poets at the same time they display the coarser sense and the more vulgar sagacity of practical men of business.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “The American Revolution was a beginning, not a consummation.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “The allied nations with the fullest concurrence of our government and people are agreed that in Palestine shall be laid the foundations of a Jewish Commonwealth.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Things get very lonely in Washington sometimes. The real voice of the great people of America sometimes sounds faint and distant in that strange city. You hear politics until you wish that both parties were smothered in their own gas.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “No man can be just who is not free.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “The most conservative persons I ever met are college undergraduates.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Sciencehas won for us a great liberty in the physical world, a liberty from superstitious fear and from disease, a freedom touse nature as a familiar servant; but it has not freed us from ourselves.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “The interesting and inspiring thing about America is that she asks nothing for herself except what she has a right to ask for humanity itself.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Liberty has never come from the government. Liberty has always come from the subjects of the government. The history of government is a history of resistance. The history of liberty is the history of the limitation of government, not the increase of it.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “To do things today exactly the way you did them yesterday saves thinking.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Princeton is no longer a thing for Princeton men to please themselves with. Princeton is a thing with which Princeton men must satisfy the country.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “In the last analysis, my fellow country men, as we in America would be the first to claim, a people are responsible for the acts of their government.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “You cannot tear up ancient rootages and safely plant the tree of liberty in soil that is not native to it.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “This little world, this little state, this little commonwealth of our own...”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I have found one can never get anything in life that is worth while without fighting for it.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “The way to be patriotic in America is not only to love America, but to love the duty that lies nearest to our hand, and to know that in performing it we are serving our country.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Excesses accomplish nothing. Disorder immediately defeats itself.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I want the people to love me, but I suppose they never will.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “No peace can last, or ought to last, which does not recognize and accept the principle that governments derive all their just powers from the consent of the governed, and that no right anywhere exists to hand peoples from sovereignty to sovereignty as if they were property.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “The literary gift is a very dangerous gift to possess if you are not telling the truth, and I would a great deal rather, for my part, have a man stumble in his speech than to feel he was so exceedingly smooth that he had better be watched both day and night.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Politics I conceive to be nothing more than the science of the ordered progress of society along the lines of greatest usefulness and convenience to itself.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “What we seek is the reign of law, based upon the consent of the governed and sustained by the organized opinion of mankind.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I believe very profoundly in an over-ruling Providence, and I do not fear that any real plans can be thrown off the track. It maynot be intended that I shall be President – but that would not break my heart.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “You devour a book meant to be read, not because you would fill yourself or have an anxious care to be nourished, but because it contains such stuff as it makes the mind hungry to look upon.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “We grow through our dreams. All great men and women are dreamers. Some, however, allow their dreams to die. You should nurse your dreams and protect them through bad times and tough times to the sunshine and light which always come.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Statesmen have to bend to the collective will of their peoples or be broken.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I had rather have everybody on my side than be armed to the teeth.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “It has become a people’s war, and peoples of all sorts and races, of every degree of power and variety of fortune, are involved inits sweeping processes of change and settlement.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “A man is not as big as his belief in himself; he is as big as the number of persons who believe in him.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “If there are men in this country big enough to own the government of the United States, they are going to own it; what we have to determine now is whether we are big enough, whether we are men enough, whether we are free enough, to take possession again of the government which is our own.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “From the dim morning hours of history when the father was king and priest down to this modern time of history’s high noon when nations stand forth full grown and self-governed, the law of coherence and continuity in political development has suffered no serious breach.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “We will presently find that we are not so far apart after all, that the points on which we differ are few and the points on which we agree are many, and that if we only have the patience and the candor and the desire to get together, we will get together.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I have sometimes heard men say politics must have nothing to do with business, and I have often wished that business had nothing to do with politics.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I am not willing to be drawn further into the toils. I cannot accede to the acceptance of gifts upon terms which take the educational policy of the university out of the hands of the Trustees and Faculty and permit it to be determined by those who give money.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “No task, rightly done, is truly private. It is part of the world s work.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “What is at the heart of all national problems? It is that we have seen the hand of material interest sometimes about to close upon our dearest rights and possessions.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “The natural man inevitably rebels against mathematics, a mild form of torture that could only be learned by painful processes of drill.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “The westward march has stopped, upon the final plains of the Pacific; and now the plot thickenswith the change, the pause, the settlement, our people draw into closer groups, stand face to face, to know each other and be known.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “When I give a man an office, I watch him carefully to see whether he is swelling or growing.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “I have come slowly into possession of such powers as I have. I receive the opinions of my day. I do not conceive them. But I receive them into a vivid mind.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “Such a mind we must desire to see in a woman, – a mind that stirs without irritating you, that arouses but does not belabour, amuses and yet subtly instructs.”
Woodrow Wilson Quote: “We are expected to put the utmost energy, of every power that we have, into the service of our fellow men, never sparing ourselves, not condescending to think of what is going to happen to ourselves, but ready, if need be, to go to the utter length of self-sacrifice.”
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