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Let France have good mothers, and she will have good sons.

Napoleon Bonaparte

Democracy elects men totally lacking in scruples, without any morals; those who will pay better, thus those with a higher power of corruption; magicians, charlatans, demagogues, who will excel in their fields during the electoral campaign. Several good men would be able to slip through among them, even politicians of good faith. But they would be the slaves of the former.

Corneliu Zelea Codreanu

One must have a good memory to be able to keep the promises that one makes.

Friedrich Nietzsche

All stories have a beginning, a middle and an ending, and if they're any good, the ending is a beginning.

James Clavell

There are plenty of good people, but only a very, very few are precise and disciplined.

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

There's a good reason why nobody studies history. It just teaches you too much.

Noam Chomsky

Everything that makes diversity of kinds, of species, differences, properties everything that consists in generation, decay, alteration and change is not an entity, but a condition and circumstance of entity and being, which is one, infinite, immobile, subject, matter, life, death, truth, lies, good and evil.

Giordano Bruno

All who strive to live for something beyond mere selfish aims find their capacities for doing good very inadequate to their aspirations. They do so much less than they want to do, and so much less than they, at the outset, expected to do, that their lives, viewed retrospectively, inevitably look like failure.

Lydia Maria Child

As good be out of the world as out of the fashion.

Colley Cibber

The final end of government is not to exert restraint but to do good.

Rufus Choate

A good novel tells us the truth about its hero; but a bad novel tells us the truth about its author.

Gilbert Keith Chesterton

Men may keep a sort of level of good, but no man has ever been able to keep on one level of evil.

Gilbert Keith Chesterton

Good leaders must first become good servants.

Robert Greenleaf

Howarth began to see that, however much it was against ones will and convictions, sides had to be taken, the dreary corrupt world of politics had to be entered by the good and dispassionate, to protect and avenge the weak. But one always entered too late.

Anthony Burgess

Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness.

Thomas Jefferson

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