The World Almanac of Presidential Quotations: Quotations from America's Presidents

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Elizabeth Frost-Knappman
Pharos Books, 1993 - 282 páginas
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More than 3,000 presidential quotes in one volume.

Thomas Jefferson on Congress:
That 150 lawyers should do business together ought not to be expected.

John F. Kennedy on Richard Nixon:
Do you realize the responsibility I carry? I'm the only person standing between Nixon and the White House.

Lyndon Johnson on justice:
Justice means a man's hope should not be limited by the color of his skin.

Theodore Roosevelt on William McKinley:
McKinley has no more backbone than a chocolate eclair.

George Washington on corruption:
Few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder.

Bill Clinton on error:
It wasn't my finest hour. It wasn't even my finest hour and a half.

Harry Truman on his campaign:
I'm going to fight hard. I'm going to give them hell.

The World Almanac of Presidential Quotations collects more than 3,000 quotes from America's forty-two presidents from Washington to Clinton and arranges them by over 300 categories. Compiled from speeches, off-hand comments, letters and memoirs, these quotations present a revealing look at the men who have reached America's highest office.

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Accomplishment
1
Appeasement
9
Assassination
15
D
51
Herbert Hoover 105
69
Elections
75
Evil
81
Honesty 104
135
Persuasion
160
James K Polk
166
Precedent
172
Press
189
Public
195
Time
239
Martin Van Buren 247
267
Author Index
275

Morals
141
Peace
153
Cabinet 27
279
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