John Boyle O'Reilly Quote

For all time to come, the freedom and purity of the press are the test of national virtue and independence. No writer for the press, however humble, is free from the burden of keeping his purpose high and his integrity white.


Quoted in Roche, James Jeffrey (1891). Life of John Boyle O'Reilly, together with his complete poems and speeches edited by Mrs John Boyle O'Reilly. New York. p 195.

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For all time to come, the freedom and purity of the press are the test of national virtue and independence. No writer for the press, however humble,...

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For all time to come, the freedom and purity of the press are the test of national virtue and independence. No writer for the press, however humble,...

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For all time to come, the freedom and purity of the press are the test of national virtue and independence. No writer for the press, however humble,...

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For all time to come, the freedom and purity of the press are the test of national virtue and independence. No writer for the press, however humble,...