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|Horace 65–8 BC: Odes; see WARFARE 43 8 Not that I loved Caesar less, but that |
I loved Rome more. Brutus' reason for killing Caesar William Shakespeare 1564–
1616: Julius Caesar(1599) 9 Never was patriot yet, but was a fool.
|Bishop Hall uses patriot ' in its present good meanin ; but Dr. Johnson has |
produced no other example than from the ... Is one that would by law an plant his
prince; The people's brave, the politician's tool, Never was patriot yet, but was a
|That no concessions from the throne would please, But lenitives fomented the |
disease : That Absalom, ambitious of tlio ... one that would by law supplant his
prince ; The people's brave, the politician's tool ; Never was patriot yet, but was a
|Is one that would by law supplant his prince: The people's brave, the politician's |
tool; Never was patriot yet, but was a fool. Whence comes it that religion and the
laws Should more be Absalom's than David's cause? His old instructor, e'er he ...
|In his concluding speech David himself recognizes language as a political issue.|
26 Referring to the word patriot and ... one that would by Law supplant his Prince:
The Peoples Brave, the Politicians Tool; Never was Patriot yet, but was a Fool.
|Diderot, Denis Never was patriot yet, but was a fool. - Dryden, John Everyone |
loathes his own country and countrymen if he is any sort of artist. - Durrell,
Lawrence No matter that patriotism is too often the refuge of scoundrels. Dissent,
|Never was patriot yet, but was a fool. - Dryden, John He invades authors like a |
monarch; and what would be theft in other poets is only victory in him. - Dryden,
John Resolved to ruin or to rule the state. - Dryden, John Mighty things from small
|Finally my name was called and I walked up to my grandfather and raised my |
arm, but he said, "Don't you dare salute me." Then he ... You may fool the Army
but you cannot fool and fail your family at the same time. ... I never saw him again.
|"Saved your life," repeated Lenwood with much contempt, "and showed by doing |
it how much of a fool he was. ... in its signification the terms robber, assassin,
conspirator and felon, the addition of fool to the catalogue can be at best but
painting the lily. ... been characterized by a broad-minded humanitarianism, a
liberality of thought and sentiment, and a magnanimity which I have never seen
|Now, Curtin was our wartime leader and a trier but we've never had that kind of |
leadership. And it's no good ... But Keating's analysis was valid since only a fool
would hold Curtin equal to the US presidents he nominated. His aim was not to ...
There was a strange hybrid at the Lodge—a leader of unmatched calculation and
realism, yet a dreamer besotted by the search for the big idea. As Keating grew ...