Patriotism: Quotations from Around the World
Courier Corporation, 2003 - 64 pages
"The noblest motive is the public good" (Virgil) and over 400 hundred other memorable sayings from authors, statesmen, military leaders, and other prominent people. Handy little book for speech writers, public speakers, and interested readers.
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ADAMS allegiance American flag Available in U.S. BILL CLINTON blessings blood brave CHARLES CHARLES DICKENS citizen Columbia's name country best country is wherever dare dear dearer death disinterested enthusiasm Dixie Dover Publications duty earth expect fatherland fathers feel fight foreign France freedom George Bernard GEORGE BERNARD SHAw give glory grave H. L. MENCKEN hate heart HENRY HENRY CABOT LODGE heroes honor hope Hurrah hyphenated American Irishman Italy JAMES John John MILTON justice knock the patriotism liberty Liberty's live Love of country love their country loyalty mankind MARK TWAIN moral lunacy nation native land never one's country Patriotism varies peace pride principles religion revolution right or wrong ROBERT RUDYARD KIPLING ruins sentiment shed shore soldier soul stand STEPHEN DECATUR Strike—for sweet thee THEODORE ROOSEVELT thing THOMAS Thou tomb True patriotism tyranny tyrants Union valor victory vindicate virtue Voltaire whole WILLIAM WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE www.doverpublications.com