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Junius Quotes

(1769-1771), Anonymous British Letter Writer

It is the coward who fawns upon those above him. It is the coward who is insolent whenever he dares be so.

Category: Coward And Cowardice

The lives of the best of us are spent in choosing between evils.

Category: Decisions

Notable talents are not necessarily connected with discretion.

Category: Discretion

One precedent creates another and they soon accumulate and constitute law. What yesterday was a fact, today is doctrine.

Category: Facts

How much easier is it to be generous than just.

Category: Generosity

Oppression is more easily endured than insult.

Category: Insults

The integrity of men is to be measured by their conduct, not by their professions.

Category: Integrity

The injustice done to an individual is sometimes of service to the public.

Category: Justice

The liberty of the Press is the Palladium of all the civil, political and religious rights of an Englishman.

Category: Media

When a person is determined to believe something, the very absurdity of the doctrine confirms them in their faith.

Category: Persuasion

There is a holy, mistaken zeal in politics, as well as in religion. By persuading others, we convince ourselves.

Category: Persuasion

It is the eternal truth in the political as well as the mystical body, that, where one members suffers, all the members suffer with it.

Category: Politicians And Politics