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|Look back, to slavery, to suffrage, to integration and one thing is clear. Fashions |
in bigotry come and go. The right thing lasts. Anna Quindlen Every once in a
while I stop racing around for a few minutes and watch something on TV. Maybe
it's a ...
|Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr Never look down on anybody unless you're helping |
him up. Reverend Jesse Jackson Look back, to slavery, to suffrage, to integration,
and one thing is clear. Fashions in bigotry come and go. The right thing lasts.
|Fashion happens every morning when you wake up. - Harlow, Shalom Fashions |
in bigotry come and go. The right thing lasts. - Hays, Mary Only the minute and
the future are interesting in fashion -- it exists to be destroyed. If everybody did ...
|Anna Quindlen reminds us that we can "look back [on many civil rights issues] to |
slavery, to suffrage, to integration and one thing is clear fashions in bigotry
come and go the right thing lasts."4 Treating all human beings as equals is the
|Anna Quindlen invoked the memories of slavery, segregation and suffragism, |
intoning: "Fashions in bigotry come and go. The right thing lasts." Quindlen's op-
ed page colleague Anthony Lewis said that the central issue was civil rights: "All
|I am a bigot, and I am not a nice person at all. I would suggest you ask around, |
you'll find that I'm the last person to do the right thing. Miss Kranton sniffed in
much the same fashion she did when Andy offered her a cigar. She turned on her
... mean anything. If he did go to Mankato, observed Dorothy, and found we
Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones, Charles Neil, Joseph Samuel Exell - 1889 - Read
|Ibid. a The fashionable.  There is the indifference of fashionable |
formalism. ... It is a ceremony performed not for God's glory, but for custom's sake,
as " the right thing to do," not because it is a privilege and a joy. And from one
Sunday to ...
|Why didn't I get a five-dollar pair, and have three I dollars left for a dinner ? ... Of |
these forty-seven there were doubtless some who honestly and conscientiously
believed that they were doing the right thing, and without the ... has no excuse for
its bigoted selfishness save such paltering twaddle as was talked by those of you
whom the Sun interviewed last ... police force; and that Blodgett, who formerly
was the fashionable jeweler, is now opening oysters in a Baltimore dime-
|For a few pages together he seems to hold that it was a bad treaty, and made in a |
disgraceful fashion. ... it was a good treaty, and that England having fulfilled her
share of the bargain, was in no way bound to go on fighting for the interests of ...
On the whole, he inclines to this last theory-under protest, however, against
giving the Tories an credit for doing the right thing; for Mr. ... M. Bigot's account of
his visit as a delegate to America (4) adds one more to a considerable list of
books by ...