It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.
Franklin Roosevelt was very concerned about environmental issues.
But he had always believed in fighting for the underdog, against the top dog. He had learned it, not from The Home, or The School, or The Church, but from that fourth and other great...
It’s Shakespeare, to have a single family in which human flaws and virtues are on such vivid display—and the constant struggle between those vices and those virtues to try to do good and fulfill one’s...
Paine suffered then, as now he suffers not so much because of what he wrote as from the misinterpretations of others…He disbelieved the ancient myths and miracles taught by established creeds. But the attacks on...
Women should have free access to every field of labor which they care to enter, and when their work is as valuable as that of a man it should be paid as highly.
Roosevelt spoke eloquently, in his penetrating tenor, of those ‘who at this very moment are denied the greater part of what the very lowest standards of today call the necessities of life . . ....
When the Chief Justice read me the oath,’ he [FDR] later told an adviser, ‘and came to the words “support the Constitution of the United States” I felt like saying: “Yes, but it’s the Constitution...
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