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109,719.  ‘Governments will never save the people.  They exist to exploit and destroy the people.  There is but one force that can save the people and that is the people themselves.’  (Anarchy & Government & People & Biography)  Ethel McDonald, cited An Anarchist’s Story: Ethel McDonald, 2006  

 

 

4,466.  That is just the way with some people.  They get down on a thing when they don’t know nothing about it.  Mark Twain, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

 

 

75,212.  There are basically two types of people.  People who accomplish things, and people who claim to have accomplished things.  The first group is less crowded.  (Group & People)  Mark Twain

 

 

4,424.  Hell is – other people.  (People & Hell)  Jean-Paul Sartre, No Exit 1944

 

 

124.  When wilt thou save the people?

Oh, God of Mercy!  when?

The people, Lord, the people!

Not thrones and crowns, but men!  (God & People)  Ebenezer Elliott, The People’s Anthem 1850

 

 

823.  People will always support what they want to hear ... The one thing that people generally speaking do not want to hear is the truth.  Nobody is happy when they have to be faced with the truth.  (Truth & People)  Jordan Maxwell, Project Camelot Conference September 2009

 

 

884.  I am a firm believer in the people.  If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis.  The great point is to bring them the real facts.  (Truth & People & Facts)  Abraham Lincoln

 

 

4,441.  It is true that you may fool all the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all of the time; but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.  (People & Fool)  Abraham Lincoln

 

 

4,482.  This country, with its institutions, belongs to the people who inhabit it.  Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their constitutional right of amending it, or exercise their revolutionary right to overthrow it.  (People & Government & Revolution)  Abraham Lincoln

 

 

4,483.  Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better.  This is a most valuable – a most sacred right – a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world.  (People & Government)  Abraham Lincoln

 

 

2,195.  All people are bloody ignorant apes.  (Life’s Like That & People & Ape)  Samuel Beckett, Waiting For Godot starring Stephen Brennan & Barry McGovern & Johnny Murphy & Sam McGovern et al, director Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Estragon

 

2,201.  The more people I meet the happier I become.  (Life’s Like That & People & Meeting & Happiness)  ibid.  Pozzo

 

 

2,354.  When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures bristling with prejudice and motivated by pride and vanity.  (Logic & Human Beings & People)  Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People

 

 

2,424.  Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas.  (Science & Curiosity & People & Ideas)  Marie Curie, cited Henry & Dana Thomas, Living Adventures in Science 1972

 

 

4,137.  Don’t you find it a beautiful clean thought, a world empty of people, just uninterrupted grass, and a hare sitting up?  (World & People & Nature)  D H Lawrence, Women in Love 1920

 

 

62,393.  The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.  (Action & Do & Nothing & Evil & World & Danger & People)  Albert Einstein

 

 

4,480.  If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed.  (People & Good & Fear & Punishment & Reward)  Albert Einstein

 

 

4,243.  Well, of course, people are only human ... But it really does not seem much for them to be.  (Humanity & People)  Ivy Compton-Burnett 1884-1969, A Family and a Fortune 1939

 

4,425.  People don’t resent having nothing nearly as much as too little.  (People & Poverty)  ibid.

 

 

4,426.  It is absurd to divide people into good and bad.  People are either charming or tedious.  (People & Charm)  Oscar Wilde

 

 

82,479.  The more one analyses people, the more all reasons for analysis disappear.  Sooner or later one comes to that dreadful universal thing called human nature.  (Nature & People)  Oscar Wilde

 

 

6,273.  Most people are other people.  Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.  (Self & Identity & Opinion & Quotation & People)  Oscar Wilde

 

 

4,427.  In all forms of government the people is the true legislator.  (People & Government)  Edmund Burke

 

 

4,428.  I do not know the method of drawing up an indictment against an whole people.  (People & Government)  Edmund Burke

 

 

4,429.  I am not one of those who think that the people are never in the wrong.  They have been so, frequently and outrageously, both in other countries and in this.  But I do say, that in all disputes between them and their rulers, the presumption is at least upon a par in favour of the people.  (People & Government)  Edmund Burke

 

 

4,430.  The people are the masters.  (People & Government & Master)  Edmund Burke

 

 

56,877.  There’s nowt so queer as folk.  (Proverb & People)  Early 20th century proverb

 

 

4,431.  The people have little intelligence, the great no heart … If I had to choose I should have no hesitation: I would be of the people.  (People & Great)  Jean de la Bruyere 1688

 

 

4,432.  The people as a source of sovereign power are in truth only occasional partners in the constitutional minuet danced for most of the time by Parliament and the political party in power.  (People & Power & Government & Democracy & Parties Political & Parliament)  Lord Scarman, The Shape of Things to Come 1989

 

 

4,433.  It seems to me that you need a lot of courage, or a lot of something, to enter into others, into other people.  We all think that everyone else lives in fortresses, in fastnesses: behind moats, behind sheer walls studded with spikes and broken glass.  But in fact we inhabit much punier structures.  We are, as it turns out, all jerry-built.  Or not even.  You can just stick your head under the flap of the tent and crawl right in.  If you get the okay.  Martin Amis, Time’s Arrow

 

 

4,434.  People?  People are chaotic quiddities living in one cave each.  They pass the hours in amorous grudge and playback and thought experiment.  At the campfire they put the usual fraction on exhibit, and listen to their own silent gibber about how they’re feeling and how they’re going down.  We’ve been there.  Martin Amis, London Fields

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