Greater economic power will be in the hands of too few.
More Quotes from Robert Ludlum:Life is extremely complicated.
The plot surges forward, complex gears mesh and strip and make a hell of a lot of noise -- drowning out the worki of true masters like that Mozart fellow and what's-his-name Handel.
I try as best I can to enter the realm of nuances of human behavior.
The theater man knows that he must involve the audience. He understands structure more than anyone else -- the logical evolving of one event into another event without losing the audiences's attention.
That gentleman will call the Joint Chiefs of Staff. I think they're scared of him. They're merely professional killers he's in advertising.
Visions of one powerful scene after another parade across his inner screen, each exploding with drama and meaning . . .
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The thing is helicopters are different from airplanes An airplane by it's nature wants to fly, and if not interfered with too strongly by unusual events or incompetent piloting, it will fly.
If government half a century ago had provided us with all our dinners and breakfasts, it would be the practice of our orators today to assume the impossibility of our providing for ourselves.