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|14 Let us not forget that we can never go farther than we can persuade at least |
half of the people to go. HUGH GAITSKELL (1906-63), British Labour Politician.
Speech. 3 Oct. 1961. to Labour Party Conference, Brighton. 1 5 He serves his
|Let us not forget that we can never go farther than we can persuade at least half |
of the people to go. Hugh Gaitskell, British Labour Politician XVII General
Election Advertising Angles The general election campaign brings forth new
|Fuller, R. Buckminster Let us not forget that we can never go farther than we can |
persuade at least half of the people to go. - Gaitskell, Hugh There are times in
politics when you must be on the right side and lose. - Galbraith, John Kenneth ...
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|390-477 AD -King of the Vandals and Alans- The son of the Vandal leader |
Godigisel, he succeeded his half brother ... entry into the EEC. t( n Let us not
forget that we can never go farther than we can persuade at least half the people
|Even if we wished to re-create it we could not do so, and I, for one, would not |
wish to re-create it. Its final epilogue was ... Let us never forget that: we can never
go further than we can persuade at least more than half the British people to go.'
|Let nobody suppose that we in Britain have the best record in the world on this |
issue; we have not. We have not ... Let us never forget that: we can never go
further than we can persuade at least more than half the British people to go. We
|"And they shall be my people" — my own dear children ; I will acknowledge them |
before earth and heaven ; my eye shall abide on them ... Go and ask him who
has writhed under the anguish of despair, and quailed under the manifest frown
of the Almighty; who has oft-times been so ... Let it draw us from sin towards God
with a resistless, all-persuasive drawing '. 4. ... name for thi3, and feel that we can
never praise him enough for such "thoughts of love" towards our apostate race. /
|If the 92 per cent of the operators were honest with each other they would not go |
in and take each other's markets. ... The operators stated to us in St. Louis that if
they did that they would immediately come in contact with the courts of this
country. ... We will say to the company, "Join the Operators' Association or our
men will not work for you. ... More than one of them was beaten up, and there are
operators here now who know the treatment an organizer got when he went to
their places ...
|Conscience told him to do what he did ; and Conscience could not be guided by |
any considerations of that sort. ... Yet, again, we must not allow ourselves to be
led away by the tempting inquiries whether it was Conscience which also ...
offence □for which Mr. Labouchere was suspended (not, let us thank his
guardian angels Conscience and Truth, per coll.) ... It made him omit in his
speech, as far as the reports go, and, without that proviso, in his letter, all
reference to the fact that the ...