Irving Kristol Quotes

Irving Kristol Quotes: I regard myself to have been a young Trostkyite and I have not a single bitter memory.
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Irving Kristol Quote: An intellectual may be defined as a man who speaks with general authority about a subject on which he has no particular competence.
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Quotes about Irving Kristol: It was a new kind of class war -- the people as citizens versus the politicians and their clients in the public sector.
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Quote about Irving Kristol: The problem is efforts by liberals to establish a wall between religion and society, in the guise of maintaining the wall between church and state.
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Irving Kristol Sayings: The trouble with traditional American conservatism is that it lacks a naturally cheerful, optimistic disposition. Not only does it lack one, it regards signs of one as evidence of unsoundness, irresponsibility.
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Irving Kristol Saying: It is ironic to watch the churches, including large sections of my own religion, surrendering to the spirit of modernity at the very moment when modernity itself is undergoing a kind of spiritual collapse....
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Sayings about Irving Kristol: People need religion. It's a vehicle for a moral tradition. A crucial role. Nothing can take its place.
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Saying about Irving Kristol: Being frustrated is disagreeable, but the real disasters of life begin when you get what you want.
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Irving Kristol Quotes: I have observed over the years that the unanticipated consequences of social action are always more important, and usually less agreeable, than the intended consequences.
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