John Emerich Quotes (7 Quotes)

    Truth is the only merit that gives dignity and worth to history

    Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority but still more when they are super bad and add the tendency of the certainty of corruption of authority.

    In every age its (liberty's) progress has been beset by its natural enemies, by ignorance and superstition, by lust of conquest and by love of ease, by the strong man's craving for power, and the poor man's craving for food

    Two forces which are the worst enemies of civil freedom are the absolute monarchy and the revolution

    History must be our deliverer not only from the undue influence of other times, but from the undue influence of our own, from the tyranny of environment and the pressures of the air we breathe

    Never be surprised at the crumbling of an idol or the disclosure of a skeleton

    Power tends to corrupt absolute power corrupts absolutely.

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