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|Voters and voting 1901 Our mission is at once the oldest and the most basic of |
this country: to right wrong, to do justice, ... Illinois, May 29, 1856, in which this
sentence appears: “Do not mistake that the ballot is stronger than the bullet” (vol.
|'Bad money drives out good' The ballot is stronger than the bullet A succinct |
statement of the views of Abraham Lincoln, found in a 1905 reconstruction of a
speech given by him in 1856; the sentence appears, 'Do not mistake that the
ballot is ...
|The ballot is strongest than the bullet. The ballot is stronger than the bullet. A |
ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure! All's good that ends good. All's well that ends well. pesky verb pair
|Skill Award CITIZENSHIP Ready for a quick quiz? O.K. Who was the American |
President who said, "The ballot is stronger than the bullet"? And what American
statesman and inventor observed that "There never was a good war or a bad ...
|"More than 80 percent of all snakes are harmless," Waldo explained. Waldo said |
it was silly to fear all snakes. "Snakes are ... Abraham Lincoln declared that the
ballot is stronger than the bullet. b. Abraham Lincoln declared, "that the ballot is ...
|“ripple of hope” “men we wanted to marry” “I have a dream” “I have a dream” “|
ballot is stronger” “There's not a black ... “The ballot is stronger than the bullet” –
Lincoln, 1856 “Let it be the ballot or the bullet” – Malcolm X, 1964 “There's not a ...
|Obviously, the problem lie not with the people but within the system i.e. the |
process rather than the product. ... Talking of voice, an American president once
said that the ballot is stronger than the bullet, in Nigeria, the ballot is anything but
|Beyond the above genealogy, there is significance to Malcolm's invocation of "the |
ballot or the bullet" insofar as it ... Lincoln used the phrase "the ballot is stronger
than the bullet," while Father Coughlin used the phrase as a warning to the ...
|"66 Although Back of the Ballot was a mere dramatic pastime to him written for |
the amateur stage, the thoroughly professional quality of his suffrage ... The title
alludes to Lincoln's anti-slavery argument that the ballot is stronger than the
|The ballot is stronger than the bullet." In Notes for Speeches from 1858 the figure |
is varied thus : " To give the victory to the right, not bloody bullets, but peaceful
ballots only are necessary."5 Finally, in the first message to Congress the thought