James Connolly Quote

Don't be 'practical' in politics. To be practical in that sense means that you have schooled yourself to think along the lines, and in the grooves that those who rob you would desire you to think.


Quotations from James Connolly: An Anthology in Parts (ed. 1973)

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Don't be 'practical' in politics. To be practical in that sense means that you have schooled yourself to think along the lines, and in the grooves...

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Don't be 'practical' in politics. To be practical in that sense means that you have schooled yourself to think along the lines, and in the grooves...

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Don't be 'practical' in politics. To be practical in that sense means that you have schooled yourself to think along the lines, and in the grooves...

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Don't be 'practical' in politics. To be practical in that sense means that you have schooled yourself to think along the lines, and in the grooves...