"Liberty of speech invileth and pro-
voketh liberty to be used again and so
bringeth much to mans knowledge."
"Communism is merely the imposition of socialism all at once by violence." —Herbert Hoover,
The Challenge to Liberty,
(Scribner's Sons, 1934).
"The penalty that people pay for not
being interested in politics is to be governed by people worse than themselves."
"It is an axiom in political science
that unless a people are educated and
enlightened it is idle to expect the continuance of civil liberty or the capacity
for self government."
—Texas Declaration of Independence
"In questions of power, let no more
be said of confidence in man, but bind
him down from mischief by the chains
of the Constitution."
"/ am a man of peace. God knows
how I love peace. But I hope I shall
never be such a coward as to mistake
oppression for peace."
The New Dictionary
of Thoughts, 1903.
"Such statements as the following we
hear every day, and they reveal total incomprehension of the nature of communism: 'We must eliminate social abuses
so that communism may not flourish.'
Cancer was never cured by improving
the general health."
"People who are interested in whut
Communists do, but not in their philosophy, are like dairy farmers who are
interested in milk but hate no interest
in cows." —Dr. Fred Schm \kz
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