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|The trouble with this country is that there are too many people going about saying|
, The trouble with this country is... - Lewis, Sinclair I feel most at home in the
United States, not because it is intrinsically a more interesting country, but
|56 The plain working truth is that it is not only good for people to be shocked |
occasionally, but absolutely necessary to the ... The trouble with this country is
that there are too many people going about saying "The trouble with this country
|the man says. “What problem is that?” Beard says. “The problem with the whole |
damned country,” the man blurts out angrily. “It's welfare! ... “You've had too much
to drink, friend,” Hal says, “Now, if you continue to confront my friend, he's going
to kick the hell out of you. Why don't you just ... Beard looks at Hal and says, “The
trouble with the world is not that there are so many stupid people in it. It's just that
|In any other country but the United States, you would naturally expect that |
education schools would be welcome to join ... But, as we have seen, there are
several factors that limit the credibility of ed schools around issues of standards in
this country. ... But most of all, the problem is that too many people in the
standards movement feel that they already know what the ed ... We will say that
the standards movement will kill off students' interest and stifle their motivation to
learn; that it will ...
|Pray tell me, why don't you go to your own little town of 500 or 1,000 and take the |
same stand — have the same reputation locally he has nationally? ... Don't get up
there and say, "The trouble with our country is too many Hershey bars." Boy ...
|“Most of them came from families where many of the men took the view that if they |
put in a hard shift in a factory or a coalmine they were entitled ... “People would
say, 'The trouble with soccer today is that there is too much coaching. ... Large
numbers ofpostwar Britons became the first people in their families to go to
|The country is too small for us and we cannot afford seeing very many foreigners |
coming to live here. ... Where does he get all this money to settle his bills there?
... Member to try and mislead us by saying that the Arabs are intending to punish
those people who were against them when we took the trouble of severing our ...
|They devise a sole, tutelary and all-powerful form of government, but elected by |
the people. ... In what follows, each illusion is described as a popular belief
without foundation, running counter to some original core principle of the nation.
Each in its own ... That's because in daily life we tend to rely on too many
assumptions that are in conflict with each other, or that contradict themselves. ...
But as the folk saying goes: If you don't know where you're going, you'll end up
|What I say is, if you're going to breed nothing but saucy scraps of girls who can't |
take a clip round the ear without they're howling a gale, then you're best ... The
trouble with this country is, too many people want a soft life without working for it.
|In Rome I'd come to feel as if everyone were too cynical or too individualistic to |
care for anyone else.” “To me it sounds like ... Too many people over there have
given up on improvement, on the possibility of renewal.” “It's all those centuries of