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Bill Swainson - 2000 - 1319 pages
|Speech (January 20, 1961) 16 I think it's the most extraordinary collection of |
talent, of human knowledge, that has ever been gathered ... London (1962), "
Sayings of the Decade" 30 The United States has to move very fast to even stand
Robert Andrews - 1989 - 343 pages
|Robert Andrews. America 12 killing anybody else in the world who tries to make |
us uncomfortable. ... Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-1859) French historian,
politician The United States has to move very fast to even stand still. John F.
|The world is moving so fast now-a-days that the man who says it can't be done is |
generally interrupted by someone doing it. - Hubbard, Elbert ... Kaiser, Henry J.
The United States has to move very fast to even stand still. - Kennedy, John F. All
William J. Crotty - 2001 - 284 pages
|John F. Kennedy once said that "the United States has to move very fast to even |
stand still." There is a good deal of truth in this. At present the nation is moving
into a new age of globalized economics and interdependent political institutions,
Robert Andrews - 1997 - 625 pages
|4 "Pray my dear," quoth my mother, "have you not forgot to wind up the clock?" — |
"Good G — ... Monty Python episodes were written and performed by Graham
Chapman (1941-1989); The United States has to move very fast to even stand
|If they are easy to solve, somebody else has solved them. I found that hard to |
believe, but now I know it is true. - Kennedy, John F. The United States has to
move very fast to even stand still. - Kennedy, John F. I never know when I press
|The military nation is quite sure to change very rapidly: it is too full of stir and |
force to retain its first forms or stand still at one ... The stagnation of peoples is
very hard for us to think of in our modern western world, but it has none the less
been the rule, not ... Even those peoples who have struggled toward the light and
sought emancipation from the trammels of too much government have moved
with painful slowness toward their goal, so long as there were none of those
quick means of ...
|This in turn means that the United States and the Western world may be falling |
behind in the progress of science and technology. ... It is a grim business
because a society cannot stand still. ... But that answer really begs the question,
which is not why the Soviets have moved ahead so fast but why we, who had
moved very fast, have not been moving fast enough. ... But I venture to think that
even now we can discern certain trends that since the World War have appeared
in American life ...
|But all this progress doesn't mean we can stand still. ... As I told our Nation |
Thursday night, we can have an America with safe streets, good schools, thriving
businesses, healthy ... Now that we've ended welfare as we know it, it must be a
national mission to provide jobs for the people who will move off welfare. ... For
most families it's the main form of financial savings. ... That way we'll keep interest
rates coming down as we balance the budget, so the economy can grow even
faster and ...