Mary Ritter Beard Quotes

Mary Ritter Beard Quotes: Could anyone fail to be depressed by a book he or she has published? Don't we always outgrow them the moment the last page has been written?
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Mary Ritter Beard Quote: For hundreds of years the use of the word 'man' has troubled critical scholars, careful translators, and lawyers. Difficulties occur whenever and wherever it is important for truth-seeking purposes to know what is being talked about and the context gives no intimation whether 'man' means just a human being irrespective of sex or means a masculine being and none other.
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Quotes about Mary Ritter Beard: While it is generally agreed that the visible expressions and agencies are necessary instruments, civilization seems to depend far more fundamentally upon the moral and intellectual qualities of human beings-upon the spirit that animates mankind.
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Quote about Mary Ritter Beard: Despite the modern dogma to the effect that women were a subject sex until the nineteenth century 'emancipated' them from history, women in history had demonstrated strong wills and purposes, had made assertions, and had directed or influenced all human destiny, including their own, since human life began.
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Mary Ritter Beard Sayings: The trade agreement has become a rather distinct feature of the American labor movement. ... It is based on the idea that labor shall accept the capitalist system of production and make terms of peace with it.
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Mary Ritter Beard Saying: the 'public' - a term often used in America to indicate the great metropolitan newspapers.
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